The Utilities Telecommunications News (UTN) Newsletter will cover all aspects of utility communications technology, regulatory and legislative proceedings, new projects and applications and government policy affecting utilities advance on the information highway.
The aim of UTN will be to give you, the reader, a direct on-time connection to the events, companies and players in this fast-moving market. UTN will be especially helpful to utility professionals, investors, regulators, consultants and technicians who must quickly recognize and act on changes in market conditions as they happen.
In this fast-moving market, UTN will track regulated utilities exploration of new money-making ventures available through enhancements in communications infrastructure. Investment in fiber optics, wireless and two-way communications systems now allow utilities to provide customers savings through DSM programs and to reduce their operating costs using automatic meter reading (AMR) and improved systems control technology.
In addition to improved systems operations, investment in advanced communications technology can allow utilities to provide new revenue producing services, such as customer access to long-distance, metropolitan and wide area phone service, entertainment and educational programming and voice and data transfer.
- Government policy
- Legislative developments
- Market Opportunities
- Utility project updates
- Telco Strategies
- International developments
- CATV MSO plans
- IXCs plans
- Consulting Reports
- CAPs plans
- Government regulation
- Role of Utilities in the Information Superhighway
Who should be interested?
- Utilities Managers
- Marketing Managers
- Equipment Manufacturers
- Policy Analysts
- Business Development Managers
- Strategic Planners
- R&D Managers
- Telecommunications Professionals
- Policy Makers
- R&D Managers
- Systems Integrators
- Finance & Lending Institutions
Benefits of subscribing to this newsletter?
- Helps you track competitors
- Single source for utility/telecom news
- Keep you up-to-date on Telecommunications developments affecting utilities
- Identifies business opportunities
- Keeps you abreast of the competition
- Save hours trying to collect and digest information
- Provides a historical record for future market research
- Complements in-house marketing and planning efforts
- Information assists in strategic planning and business development.