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Over the years, it has become increasingly difficult for municipalities to extract value from their Local Distribution Companies (LDCs). Not only do tight regulations limit how much revenue an LDC can bring in, but they also constrain how LDCs can pursue their strategic and growth objectives. In light of these restrictions, a growing number of municipalities are beginning to explore non-regulated opportunities for investment—with encouraging results.
Given their history and experience, LDCs have the foundational resources, infrastructure and expertise to explore ancillary business-to-consumer opportunities. From technology applications like fibre and broadband to water heater rentals, the demand for additional LDC services is there. LDCs and municipalities alike simply have to uncover ways to seize them.
For many, this will require the creation and implementation of a sound, non-regulated invest ...
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The EDA has long been the voice for the electricity distribution sector in Ontario, making sure the concerns, and priorities of our industry are heard by the province’s leaders and policy makers. In recent years, the EDA has made a focused effort to enhance our communications, including upgrades to our The Distributor, RapidSources, the EDA Weekly, Member Handbook and more.
With the recent refresh of our website, we are very pleased to enhance those efforts further by launching a new Blog.
The EDA Blog is now your go-to resource for industry news and insights, accessible 24/7 from any web-connected device. I encourage all members and friends of the EDA to bookmark this page and return often for ongoing updates not only from the EDA team but also from members, sector leaders and subject matter experts.
When you check out the EDA Blog, you can expect to find informative insights and analysis from the EDA and from expert contributors on topics of interest, including:
Policy and governmen ...
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