'December 5-6, 2017, The Liaison Capitol Hill, Washington, DC'
Produced by the Knowledge Center, an Executive Conference from S&P Global Market Intelligence
The 2017 Utility Regulation Conference is the pre-eminent executive conference for power and gas utility executives focused on their growth and profitability strategies. This year’s event features the industry’s most influential utility executives, advisers, regulators and investment professionals sharing their perspectives on the overall landscape and financial alternatives in the current regulatory environment.
With the new administration, leadership at the federal level, including FERC, DOE, and EPA, has changed, and with it, a new utility landscape is being shaped. While utilities navigate new state and federal regulatory pressure, they face continued financial pressure. Whether justifying a rate of return to an active consumer base, or accessing capital markets, utilities need a well-informed strategy.
Each year the Knowledge Center, on behalf of S&P Global Market Intelligence, and in collaboration with Regulatory Research Associates, gathers industry experts to provide key insights into the obstacles you face and emerging strategies for more favorable orders and profitable decisions.
Whether you are anticipating a rate case, examining regulatory obstacles to M&A, or looking for strategies to increase profitability, you will receive essential intelligence necessary to make informed decisions. We won’t focus on high level trends or recent surveys, but rather on tactics you can take back to your organization.
Past attendees praise the event for providing relevant, timely and usable intelligence delivered by high quality speakers, backed by data and analytics you won’t find at other events. While the content is unparalleled, the conference also provides ample time to network with executives from across the utility industry, and across the country.
Make plans to attend today.
|Tom Thornton||Lillian Federico|
|Program Manager – Energy||Research Director|
|Knowledge Center||S&P Global Market Intelligence|