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Playbook: Navigating a Perfect Storm of Utility Asset Challenges with Decision Analytics

Pressure is mounting for utilities to become more strategic about asset investments. The utility business model faces an uncertain future, as revenues decline while costs and risks rise. Reliability and resilience are more challenging than ever, and sustainability is now a higher priority for many regulators and customers. For investor-owned utilities, growing shareholder demands for financial performance amplify the urgency.

“We’re primarily viewed as providers of reliability, so there are investments we are required to make. But how and when we do that is critical for asset management.”—Javier Fernandez, CFO for the Omaha Public Power District

Decision analytics software can help utilities strike the optimal balance between maintaining the reliability of their existing network while building a better future business.

Copperleaf has collaborated with Utility Dive, an industry leader in business news and analysis, on this playbook to help you learn more about decision analytics and the critical role it plays in improving decision-making and investment planning processes.

Download the playbook to learn how to:

  • align investment decisions with your organization’s strategic objectives
  • navigate the path to better asset data
  • lead your organization toward effective asset management and ISO 55000 alignment
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