How Duke Energy is building climate resilience

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Duke Energy recently completed a Climate Risk and Resilience Study and Climate Change Adaptation Plan to understand and adapt to specific climate risks and vulnerabilities in their Carolinas transmission and distribution system. To adapt to their climate risks, Duke Energy will employ a flexible framework grounded in climate science and technology, maintaining readiness, investments in transmission and distribution, and partnering with local communities.

Tune in to this on-demand webinar and discover: 

  • Duke Energy’s approach to utility resilience and next steps on their resilience journey. 
  • Key findings from Duke Energy’s adaptation plan, including specific examples of infrastructure risks and measures to adapt to those risks.   
  • The role of technology and a robust stakeholder engagement process in adapting to climate change.
  • Lessons learned for other utilities to identify and adapt to their climate risks. 
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Meet the authors
  1. Anuja Ratnayake, Managing Director, Integrated Systems & Operational Planning, Duke Energy
  2. Dalia Patino Echeverri, Ph.D. , Associate Professor, Duke University Nicholas School of the Environment
  3. Brenda Dix, Director, Climate Resilience

    Brenda evaluates the physical impacts of climate change and extreme weather on infrastructure systems and develops comprehensive adaptation plans to address identified risks. View bio