Conversations about the utility of the future inevitably revolve around disruptive technologies and new business models. But there's another factor that is an undercurrent to all these conversations: the evolving workforce. What will happen to energy utilities, and utility regulation, as Millennials enter the field? Yesterday I had the fortune to give a presentation on … Continue reading ~switch 10: The Millennial Regulator
This blog comes with a thesis: that increasing the diversity of participation in energy regulation will ultimately improve how energy is regulated. In one of my first posts, I looked at the gender distribution of public utility commissions (PUCs). Now I have another question: what's the gender distribution of those who give the evidence at … Continue reading Who Speaks at Commissions?