Argonne National Laboratory is offering no-cost technical assistance for electric utilities to enhance climate resilience planning efforts.
Through this yearlong collaborative effort, participating utility members will learn about climate science, deploy climate risk analytical tools, and develop internal capabilities needed to begin crafting a climate resilience plan.
Argonne is actively seeking a geographically diverse set of utilities to participate in this effort.
According to Argonne, members of the cohort are expected to engage in monthly virtual meetings, coordinate internally to assess the utility’s climate risk using the tools discovered through the monthly learning series, and provide constructive feedback on materials developed throughout the cohort process.
Cohort members will also be asked to engage with internal and external subject matter experts to understand key assets and risks to the utility.
If you are interested in participating in this cohort, contact Ashton Raffety at [email protected] at Argonne.