November 8, 2022

Taking Advantage of Our Transformative Future (in-person)

Course Overview

In 2020 there was a 32% increase in the number of utilities offering time varying rates to customers.

This number is expected to continue growing as more utilities are using advanced metering for customers.  Time varying rates promote EVs, electrification of buildings, battery installations, and improve system resiliency.  Taking advantage of these changes requires proper financial planning and understanding the new federal incentives combined with a long-term view of rate strategies.  This session will discuss:

1. The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJ) providing more than $550 billion in new federal


2. The growth of time varying rates and how they lower costs and improve customer satisfaction

3. The benefits and value of batteries to electric utilities

4.  How and why utilities are promoting the electrification of buildings

5. Positives and negatives of various forms of dynamic pricing including Time of Use Rates and the advantage of overlaying a critical peak pricing period

6. New and old forms of demand side management programs for residential customers b. Peak time rebate programs (PTR) for residential

7. Residential demand charges and alternative methods recover distribution costs for utilities without AMR 

Who Should Attend?

Utility staff including General Manager, Rates, Finance, Metering, Billing, Engineering, Marketing and Key Accounts.

Registration Info

Provider: Mark Beauchamp

Date: Tuesday, November 8, 2022

Time: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Length: 1 day

Platform: In-Person

Capacity: minimum of 15 attendees: maximum of 30 attendees 

Estimated Enrollment Fee

SCPPA MEMBER RATE (per attendee)

$220- $420

(NOTE: the actual cost will be based on the final number of attendees and billed directly to the respective utilities. SCPPA Members do not need to make any payments online.)  


   (626) 793-9364 ext. 212