How Con Edison is adapting to climate change

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By Brenda Dix, Judsen Bruzgul, Ph.D., John Catuogno, PE, Charlie Viemeister, and Guru Nadkarni
Senior Managing Consultant, Climate Resilience

Utilities need to start incorporating climate change into every aspect of planning, design, operations, and emergency response. Why? Because extreme heat waves, the crippling polar vortex, damaging floods exacerbated by sea level rise, devastating wildfires, and more require a new way of thinking.

Hear how Consolidated Edison embraced this challenge by relying on science, stakeholder engagement, and benchmarking to strengthen their energy systems and address adverse impacts of climate change and natural disasters. This webinar will cover:

  • What is driving utility action on climate resilience?
  • How and why Con Edison created their Climate Change Implementation Plan
  • What can all utilities be doing now to shape a similar journey?
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Meet the authors
  1. Brenda Dix, Senior Managing Consultant, 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

  2. Judsen Bruzgul, Ph.D., Senior Director, Climate Adaptation and Resilience + ICF Climate Center Senior Fellow

    Judsen helps clients assess vulnerabilities and manage risks from changing climate and extreme weather to infrastructure and natural resources in the United States and abroad. View bio

  3. John Catuogno, PE, Director, Commodity Forecasting
  4. Charlie Viemeister, Project Manager, Strategic Planning
  5. Guru Nadkarni , Vice President, Strategic Planning
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