Joseph S. Weiss


Cash working capital, Cost allocation, Cost of service studies (marginal and embedded), Lead-lag studies, Revenue requirements

Joseph S. Weiss

Assistant Vice President

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Summary of Experience

Joseph Weiss has worked on projects involving revenue requirements, class cost of service, allocation and rate design, cash working capital, rate of return, affiliate transactions, and rate case preparation for gas and electric utilities. As a consultant, Mr. Weiss has provided support for filings with several utility commissions and filed testimony as an expert witness on cash working capital before the Oklahoma Corporation Commission, the Missouri Public Service Commission, and the Illinois Commerce Commission. He has strong quantitative and research skills and experience in accounting issues.

Mr. Weiss has extensive rate and regulatory experience with gas, electric, and pipeline utilities. His experience includes the preparation of six gas and electric rate case filings for a Midwestern utility. The engagement included work associated with a gas and electric lead-lag study and the preparation of the rate case minimum filing requirements. In addition, Mr. Weiss managed the minimum filing requirements for a Midwestern holding company that held three different utility companies. He was also involved in the development of an electric rate case filing for an electric transmission and distribution provider in Texas. The project included the completion of the rate filing package associated with the rate case.

Prior to joining Concentric Energy Advisors, Mr. Weiss was a Consultant with Navigant Consulting, Inc. and has worked for a large Midwest investor-owned utility. Mr. Weiss has an M.B.A. from Southern Illinois University Edwardsville and a B.S. in Business Administration with a major in Accounting and Finance from Saint Louis University.


M.B.A., Southern Illinois University

B.S.B.A, magna cum laude, Accounting and Finance, Saint Louis University

Testified Before

Illinois Commerce Commission; Maine Public Utilities Commission; Missouri Public Service Commission; Oklahoma Corporation Commission

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