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19 October 2017
Bluefield on Tap: Reese Tisdale talks biosolids and utility strategies in latest Water Values Podcast


Stacey Isaac Berahzer with The Environmental Finance Center at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (EFC) discusses customer assistance programs (CAPs), how to fund them, legal hurdles and their expanding importance. With the crushing need for infrastructure investment and the attendant upward pressure on utility rates, CAPs are taking on an evermore important role in the rate design and rate setting process. Stacey’s insights provide a great resource into this important aspect of utility rates.

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Bluefield on Tap is a segment on David T. McGimpsey's The Water Values podcast where market research experts from Bluefield Research join the podcast for a brief segment on current issues and trends in the water marketplace.




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