The utility industry is advancing the environmental, social, governance (ESG) and sustainability considerations, as the world moves towards creating a cleaner energy future. As a leader in the industry, Guidehouse is well-positioned to support electric companies and other utilities in their sustainability journeys.
In an article for the Electric Perspectives magazine, the Edison Electric Institute (EEI) discusses how partnerships help utilities evolve to meet the needs and expectations of their clients, explaining how Guidehouse works to evaluate and advance its clients' sustainability and ESG efforts. With a global presence, Guidehouse experts work with private and public sector organizations alike.
“That’s one interesting angle of having a global team, because you can learn from clients elsewhere and bring those capabilities to other regions—in this case, sustainability and ESG in North America,” said Jan Vrins, partner and leader of Guidehouse’s Energy, Sustainability, and Infrastructure segment.
In the article, EEI provides insights into Guidehouse's work on the development of a storm protection plan for Duke Energy Florida and its support of the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA)'s transition to a clean energy future. Guidehouse is helping TVA build a resilient, flexible, and integrated electric system that will continue to meet their customers’ future needs.
“One of the key programs that we’re working on with them is their grid transformation initiative,” said Michelle Fay, partner at Guidehouse.
Complexity demands a trusted guide with the unique expertise and cross-sector versatility to deliver unwavering success. We work with organizations across regulated commercial and public sectors to catalyze transformation and pioneer new directions for the future.