In today’s atmosphere, electrical utilities and the energy sector at large are challenged to safeguard and enhance the resilience of their systems, developing the ability to anticipate, absorb, and recover from the consequences of hazardous events.
As a result, grid owner-operators are executing multi-pronged strategies—pursuing decarbonization and a zero-carbon grid, ramping up renewable sources, protecting assets from climate-related events, and defending against cybersecurity threats—while continuing to deliver safe, reliable, clean and affordable energy to customers.
Bo Poats (Black & Veatch) moderated a panel with Damien Quentin (Copperleaf), Carmen Benoit (Enbridge), Dr. Ahmed Mousa (PSE&G) and Dr. Brian Pierre (Sandia National Labs) to explore how different utilities are meeting these challenges. In this executive summary of the panel discussion, learn how the panelists are:
- (Re)defining their concept of value to include climate-related risks
- Delivering on near- and long-term objectives
- Demonstrating tangible results to regulators, investors, customers, and employees
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