Intermediate electric ratemaking for Board Members and finance management
Understanding financial statements - for the non-accountant
ESG accounting and reporting
How do we position our rates for residential time of use and electric vehicles
Evaluating assets for impairment under ASC 360 or GASB 42
Electric cooperative and utility accounting and finance is specialized and unique!
How you approach accounting financial processes, FERC, FASB, and GASB reporting, and strategy implementation are vital in managing your organization and recovering costs in electric rates.
The library of electric co-op and utility classes addresses topics from introductory to the complex. Classes in electric general, work order, regulatory, and electric FERC construction accounting lead to higher-level classes in developing electric rates, finance, and implementing strategy.
These electric co-op and electric utility classes provide practical approaches to everyday and infrequent business situations. The knowledge you gain will add value to your organization and help build your career skills!