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State of Commercial & Industrial Reliability
In the 2020 State of Commercial & Industrial Power Reliability report, energy managers of commercial and industrial businesses across the U.S. were surveyed to gather their perspectives on power reliability and their future energy needs and concerns. Averaging $4 billion in revenues, the companies comprise most of the metered revenues for the utilities serving them. Respondents’ opinions authentically portray the industry’s existing conditions, and their long-term needs and concerns heavily influence the future grid. See a snapshot of the results and read the full report below.
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