Municipal Utilities at the Intersection of Ecological, Economical and Social Requirements

Posted by on Oct 18, 2012 in Concepts
Municipal Utilities at the Intersection of Ecological, Economical and Social Requirements

Energy turnaround, civic participation, transparency, profitability, viability – during decision-making processes, key players in municipal utilities must meet up with numerous requirements. Making those managerial decisions are closely tied to ecological, economical and social aspects that in turn, are also characterized by divergent interests. To reach balanced decisions, the “municipal utilities” organizational type is confronted […]

Municipal Utilities: Balancing the paradox successfully

Posted by on Nov 7, 2010 in Concepts

Decision-makers and key players of a public utility company experience on a daily basis the paradox between the economic reality and the almost never-ending requests and ideas of communal and political stakeholders.

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