Utility Carbon Reduction Strategies

Utility Carbon Reduction Strategies

  • The brief includes updates on carbon reduction terminology
  • Addresses impacts on targets for high-level planning and innovative strategies
  • Outlines the need for individualized plans to hit carbon-reduction goals

Read the Executive Summary here.

Additional Resource – Utility Carbon Reduction Strategies: Developing an Action Plan.

Utilities are uniquely positioned to achieve crucial carbon reduction targets that will require bold and timely action across the nation. In order to meet these targets, you need an individualized plan. SEPA’s new industry brief, Utility Carbon Reduction Strategies, provides peer examples and key components utilities should consider as they develop carbon reduction strategies and action plans.

In this report, you will find:
    • Details on carbon reduction terminology
    • Requirements for establishing carbon reduction commitments
    • Foundational elements of developing an action plan or strategic plan.

This industry brief is a collaborative effort driven by Yok Potts, Kate Strickland, Trevor Gibson, and many more. To read the full brief, please submit the form. 

Yok Potts Kate Strickland

Yok Potts, Director of Regulatory & Business Innovation

Kate Strickland, Manager, Regulatory and Business Innovation

Trevor Gibson, Analyst of Research & Industry Strategy

Utility Carbon Reduction Strategies