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Supplemental Comments on FERC’s Technical Conference on Climate Change, Extreme Weather, and Electric System Reliability

These post-technical conference comments provide further recommendations on how FERC can support effective climate resilience planning throughout the energy system, supplementing an earlier set of pre-technical conference comments.
Adaptation as Risk ManagementAgency FilingEnergy RegulationRisk ManagementState Energy Regulation

Comments to Connecticut PURA on Value of Distributed Energy Resources

These comments to the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection and Public Utilities Regulatory Authority discuss their proposed distributed energy resource value categories, encouraging the agencies to include electricity system resilience and community resilience in their list of value categories.
Justin Gundlach
August 21, 2019
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Microgrids and Resilience to Climate-Driven Impacts on Public Health

This article examines how the definitions of resilience adopted by the public health and electricity communities can, but do not necessarily, converge in responses to electricity outages so severe that they affect the operation of critical infrastructure, such as wastewater treatment and drinking water facilities, hospitals, and cooling centers. The…
Justin Gundlach
February 1, 2018