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.
These comments to the Michigan PSC recommend that it require electric utilities under its jurisdiction to regularly assess their climate-related vulnerabilities and identify measures to make their systems resilient to climate impacts.
These comments make recommendations on the establishment of mandatory climate risk disclosure requirements that produce comprarable, specific, and decision-useful information for investors, in response to the SEC's request for public input on climate disclosures.
These comments argue that New York State should require its electric and gas utilities—not their holding companies but the operating utilities themselves—to assess and disclose the climate risks they face.
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