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Episode #6 — 30 June 2020 Money, Money, Money: Revenue Declines and Water Investment

with Erin Bonney Casey

In this episode, it’s all about money, that is, how exposed are utilities, their budgets, and spending in a recession? Erin Bonney Casey, Research Director for Bluefield, answers key financial questions about public utilities, which serve about 85% of the total market.

-Where do public utilities get their money?
-Are there ways in which short-term operating expenses and long-term capital expenses (OPEX and CAPEX) funding sources differ?
-What’s the deal with State Revolving Funds?



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