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Is the utility of the future a natural monopoly? FEUR in . https://t.co/VpKkUrbtOV https://t.co/GHCbVWsLWY

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Attending ? Check out our Future Electric Utility Regulation series at https://t.co/LOI3zfgmaT https://t.co/dYfKneVF9s

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Our Future Electric Utility Regulation reports cited in the new rate design manual. Read at https://t.co/LfV4RrG3kz.

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Our research on the enviro benefits of has been published in the journal “Energy." https://t.co/r2E3EKpBzJ https://t.co/rrblC6rlxQ

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Happy to see our reports cited in the DER rate design manual. Read at https://t.co/LfV4Rrost1. https://t.co/hpoY1mNzoR

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RT : EMPG Column: What Role Will Play in 2030? By https://t.co/EBgCItZoPJ https://t.co/jWK4LT9Hm9

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Is the utility of the future a natural monopoly? A Future Electric Utility Reg. report. https://t.co/ewnSvn5mKf https://t.co/YJR0lA6EJZ

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Back to the Future: What Role Will Electric Utilities Play in 2030? EMP on . https://t.co/dzNwquBuIo https://t.co/7X6YadULFy

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Benefits of state standards outweigh their costs. Our latest in , with . https://t.co/4gUHZSDi9g

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Our new study with finds declining utility investments could lower stock prices by 14 to 25%. https://t.co/nCaMJ3T3Kb

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We are hiring an energy efficiency analyst! Experience with databases and energy system models required. More at https://t.co/d809J29ZLe

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New report & webinar today! How should utils cover fixed costs if demand falls? Register at https://t.co/nhD4qBdDBi https://t.co/RZWy9Yvnp7

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Our webinar tomrw on util fixed costs features , , , . Sign up https://t.co/nhD4qBdDBi

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Will distributed energy end the utility natural monopoly? Corneli & Kihm in . https://t.co/1tOCYCwnLD

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RT : Great report on financing . Check out our new blog post on the brief. https://t.co/V3d3h1XMB6

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RT : ’s webinar on 7/8 will review a new report featuring IEI’s Lisa Wood. Learn more & register: https://t.co/aGID0jTWKm

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RT : One major thing ’s finance brief doesn’t tell us &several surprising things it does https://t.co/V3d3h1XMB6

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RT : Webinar "New Berkeley Lab annual report on state RPS policies" https://t.co/kTFm8FFRJV

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How to count energy savings? Learn about deemed savings and TRMs @ free webinar, June 27. https://t.co/Vp4cCMRrav https://t.co/8h6Sv9nacU

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$4.8 billion in energy efficiency program financing (2014). See where it came from and went. https://t.co/lFsOzqnVtY https://t.co/zX1YMVkmg7

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