How does your electric distributor's performance compare to its peers?
The Electric Utility Evaluator offers subscribers performance and characteristic data on 137 US investor-owned distribution utilities. Publicly-available data from a variety of reputable sources is combined into a single repository, enabling actionable insights from predefined inquiries or custom queries defined by users through an intuitive interface. Significantly, users can compare utility performance against peer sets defined by users employing any number of relevant characteristics available. Query results are attractively presented and can be downloaded as printable files, and result data can be exported to MS Excel worksheets for custom charting, regression analysis, or other MS Excel-supported tasks.
What Key Performance Indicators are available on electric distributors?
The Electric Utility Evaluator offers 20 different performance indicators in 6 key performance areas. Half of the metrics are available by state (in cases in which an individual utility's operations cross state lines).
What characteristics are available for peer group definition?
The Electric Utility Evaluator makes 20 characteristics available for peer group definition in 5 relevant domains. In addition, users may employ Key Performance Indicators to define peer groups.
Where does the data originate?
The Electric Utility Evaluator sources publicly-available data from a variety of reputable sources, most reported by utilities themselves:
How are consumer advocates using the Utility Evaluator to increase customer value?
Consumer advocates are using the Utility Evaluator to support positions claimed in testimony with hard data (select link to download):
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