Threats to Financial Performance
Water supply disruptions from drought can force consumption curtailments that destroy demand and lead to lost revenues.
Extended periods of rain and cool weather in the spring and summer can drastically impact revenues that are dependent on residential and commercial irrigation demand.
The Cost of Traditional Solutions
Faced with financial losses, operators deplete cash reserves, cut budgets, and defer critical maintenance.
Decreases liquidity and financial stability
Disrupts staffing, projects & initiatives
Jeopardizes system integrity
Risk Transfer Benefits
Protecting revenue shortfalls using Weather Risk Transfer reduces strain on cash reserves, makes budget cuts less necessary, and frees up capital for critical maintenance.
Beyond achieving operational and financial stability, each of these benefits can help improve a utility’s creditworthiness to lower the cost of debt.