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Overview

Electric co-op boards are operating in what may be one of the most challenging business environments any generation of directors has ever known. Energy transition, member interest in Environment, Social, and Governance and Beneficial Electrification (BE) are three of the concepts that bring electric cooperatives challenges as well as opportunities. This course is designed to help directors navigate these and other concepts as electric co-ops fulfill the consumer-centric utility model.

Key Topics

Define the concepts of energy transition, ESG, and Beneficial Electrification, from the board perspective.

Recognize how each of these independently impacts electric cooperative board decision-making.

Recognize the linkages between each of these concepts and how they might affect strategic decision making in​
the board room. ​​


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  • ​NRECA – 1 credit
  • CEU - 0.6 credits​

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