Municipal and Cooperative Utilities Decision Maker Survey


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Municipal and Cooperative Utilities Decision Maker Survey, Executive SummaryOverview Overview Summary of Major FindingsBulk Power SupplyEnergy ServicesTelecommunicationsDistributed GenerationOverview of Strategic RecommendationsOverview of Strategic RecommendationsBulk Power SupplyEnergy ServicesTelecommunicationsDistributed GenerationMunicipal and Cooperative Utilities Decision Maker Survey, Introduction to the IndustryIndustry DefinitionsIndustry DefinitionsRural Electric Cooperative SystemsMunicipal Electric Utility SystemsIndustry DevelopmentIndustry DevelopmentThe Origin of Rural Electric CooperativesThe Origin of Municipal UtilitiesIndustry IssuesTrend in MunicipalizationPrivate Use Restriction on Tax Exempt BondsElectric Rates and TaxesThe Future of Alternative PowerIndustry OrganizationsIndustry OrganizationsGlossary of TermsList of DefinitionsList of AcronymsMunicipal and Cooperative Utilities Decision Maker Survey, Study BackgroundOverviewOverviewObjectivesObjectivesMethodologyMethodologySurvey DesignData CollectionMunicipal and Cooperative Utilities Decision Maker Survey, Market Engineering StrategiesOverviewStrategies Based on PrivatizationStrategies Based on PartnershipBulk Power SupplyStrategies Based on AggregationStrategies Based on Risk ManagementEnergy ServicesStrategies Based on OutsourcingStrategies Based on Value Added ServicesStrategies Based on Selected ServicesTelecommunicationsStrategies Based on BrandingStrategies Based on Relationships with End-UsersStrategies Based on Market SegmentDistributed GenerationStrategies Based on Bundled ServicesStrategies Based on End-User ParticipationStrategies Based on Research ProjectsMunicipal and Cooperative Utilities Decision Maker Survey, Bulk Power Supply MarketOverviewOverviewPower Purchase AgreementsHistoric Power SuppliersDrivers of New Power SuppliersNew Power SuppliersThe New Commodity: ElectricityComprehensive FindingsOverviewVision; Challenge and FocusPrivatization and PartnershipsOutstanding ContractsFuture ContractsFuture Gas Services: Wholesale or Retail?Selected ProfilesHagerstown Light DepartmentOglethorpe Power CorporationPublic Utilities Board of BrownsvilleMunicipal and Cooperative Utilities Decision Maker Survey, Energy Services and Value Added Services MarketOverviewOverviewEnergy ServicesInvestor Owned UtilitiesMunicipal Utilities and Rural Electric CooperativesThe Merits of OutsourcingComprehensive FindingsGeneral FindingsWhy Contract OutGeneral OperationsAdministrative FunctionsCustomer-Related FunctionsValue Added ServicesMiscellaneousSelected ProfilesAmerican Pubic Power AssociationOglethorpe Power CorporationInnovative Cooperatives in Washington DCMunicipal and Cooperative Utilities Decision Maker Survey, Telecommunications Services MarketOverviewOverviewIndustry OverviewRestructuring and DeregulationWhy Compete In the Telecommunications Industry?Municipal Utilities and Cooperatives As Telecom ProvidersBarriers To Market EntryComprehensive FindingsOverviewIndustry OverviewMarketing SourceServices OfferedCompetitive AdvantageSelected ProfilesHolland Board of Public WorksHarlan Municipal UtilitiesCity of AnaheimMunicipal and Cooperative Utilities Decision Maker Survey, Distributed Generation MarketOverviewOverviewIndustry OverviewDistributed Generation Brief Introduction to Distributed GenerationWhy Install Distributed Generation?Drawbacks to Distributed GenerationWho Might Install Distributed Generation? Comprehensive FindingsGeneral FindingsPower Supply Contracts and Onsite GenerationDeployment ConcernsDeployment AdvantagesOperations and Maintenance SourcesFuture DemandSelected ProfilesGreenville Utilities CommissionOglethorpe Power CorporationMunicipal and Cooperative Utilities Decision Maker Survey, Database of Industry ParticipantsIndustry ParticipantsIndustry ParticipantsMunicipal and Cooperative Utilities Decision Maker Survey, Appendix—End User SurveyAppendix—End User SurveyAppendix—End User Survey

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