Regulatory Finance for Non-Accountants
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This course provides an overview of the regulatory process to show how utility operations and finance need to interrelate in order to meet a Local Distribution Company's (LDC) regulatory requirements. The course also provides a basic understanding of current issues faced in today's rate-regulated industry.
The following topics will be covered:
An overview of the OEB environment, its impact, requirements and rate-setting methods
An overview of financial requirements and accounting in a rate-regulated industry
An overview of how rate base and revenue requirements are determined
An overview of capital asset accounting and budgeting including economic evaluations
An open forum discussion
Who Should Attend?
This course is intended to explain rate-regulated accounting and the financial aspects of the electricity industry in Ontario to those who are not accounting specialists or those who have little or no accounting background. The course is beneficial for those who need a basic understanding of the regulatory process and for those who will be supporting a cost of service application.
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