UTILITY RATE FORECASTING – A CASE STUDY Cases in Operations Management Track

@inproceedings{Forrer2006UTILITYRF,
  title={UTILITY RATE FORECASTING – A CASE STUDY Cases in Operations Management Track},
  author={Donald A. Forrer},
  year={2006}
}
This case study examines errant forecasts in a utility rate study. It concentrates on four issues that led to the forecasting model producing inaccurate results: The City was installing fourteen square miles of sewer that was completed behind schedule, the City was installing irrigation systems to homes and the accounts that resulted were added at a slower than anticipated pace, the growth rate for the City was underestimated, and the City used erroneous data. The difference between revenues… CONTINUE READING

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