Both government and regulatory initiatives in recent years increasingly have featured energy system resilience. This reflects a number of factors but notably the impact of climate change, the challenges and opportunities presented by the energy transition, and often the need to replace aging infrastructure. This theme can be clearly seen this quarter in a range of federal and state measures designed to either support investment in initiatives to bolster resilience, or to protect end-customers from the impacts of resilience challenges.


This trend is not restricted to the United States. Similar themes are occurring in other jurisdictions. In Australia, Great Britain, and Ontario, Canada, regulators recently published documentation on resilience treatment within their respective regulatory frameworks.

United States Federal

The Department of Energy (DoE) provided further details on a range of funding programs...

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The Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) announced a three-year resilience and adaption initiative, Climate READi™...

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In February, six distribution network service providers (DNSPs) across New South Wales, the Australian Capital Territory...

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New Zealand

The Commerce Commission, New Zealand’s competition, consumer, and regulatory agency, published performance summaries...

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In April, the Ontario Energy Board published its latest three-year rolling business plan...

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Great Britain

Ofgem publishes its draft determination outlining funding for the electricity distribution utilities...

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