A pecan, apple or peach tree will be planted at Rainmaker Farm in Billings Oklahoma on your behalf. Rainmaker Farm innovates regenerative farming practices, and each tree planned helps sequester carbon! We’ll update you when your tree is planted.
The NPUC is delighted to be at EEI 2023 to discuss how we can accelerate the road to netzero together. Whether you’re a utility executive, sustainability officer, or investor we have incredible information and resources available for you at our booth located in The Hub.
NPUC is best known for its annual report that ranks the decarbonization progress of top investor-owned utilities (IOUs), providing valuable insights into the industry’s efforts to transition towards cleaner energy sources. Join us at our booth to exchange ideas, and work together to shape a more sustainable, low-carbon future for our utilities sector.
Find Out Where Your Utility Ranked in the 2023 Report & Why
Stop by our booth for a deep dive into the metrics and data that shaped the rankings in the 2023 Utilities Decarbonization Report, set to be released this summer. Our team of experts is on hand to offer a thorough breakdown of the numbers and what they reflect about your utility’s decarbonization path relative to the industry. Gain a deeper understanding of the nuances of this year’s report and learn how to use these insights to drive your strategies forward.
2022 Utility Decarbonization Report
In collaboration with Visual Capitalist, the National Public Utilities Council (NPUC) has developed the Annual Utility Decarbonization Report, serving as a comprehensive and viable ranking system for public utilities that will drive the decarbonization conversation forward. The report provides utilities, administrators, investors, and utility customers a data-driven look at the status of decarbonization among U.S. utilities.
Subscribe to the Decarbonization Channel. be the first to get the 2023 report.
Don’t miss out on the most up-to-date insights into the utilities sector! Subscribe to our Decarbonization Channel to receive the 2023 Utilities Decarbonization Report as soon as it’s released. In addition, you’ll receive expert analysis, and decarbonization thought leadership that accelerates the path to a carbon-neutral energy future.
Utility Benchmarking for Investors
For investor attendees, we’re excited to share insights gathered from our utility benchmarking efforts. Stay a step ahead of the market by understanding which utilities and technologies are leading the charge towards a sustainable, low-carbon future.
Insightful Infographics on Energy Decarbonization
In partnership with Visual Capitalist, we’ve crafted a stunning array of infographics that shed light on the complexities of energy decarbonization. Offering valuable insights that accelerate the road to net-zero, these powerful visuals encapsulate intricate data points and trends that are as insightful as they are accessible.
Gridlock: Visualizing the U.S. Clean Energy Backlog The U.S. has almost 2 million megawatts (MW) of solar, wind, and storage capacity on hold in interconnection queues, seeking connection to the electrical grid. However, the lack of transmission infrastructure, in...
Visualized: Carbon Pricing Initiatives in North America Carbon pricing mechanisms are a vital component of an effective emissions reduction strategy. But these initiatives currently cover just 15% of total North American carbon emissions. To discover which...
Ranked: The Cheapest Sources of Electricity in the U.S. In 2022, the U.S. electricity sector’s reliance on fossil fuels resulted in a staggering 1,539 million tonnes of CO2 emissions. With the urgent need to decarbonize, however, the question remains: can the...
Tracking U.S. Electrification, by Sector Electrification refers to the process of replacing systems that run on fossil fuels with those powered by electricity. Electrification can take different forms for each economic sector. For example, in transportation,...
Visualized: Clean Energy and Emissions Goals by State In its Nationally Determined Contribution to the Paris Agreement, the U.S. set a target of reducing its greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 50-52% below 2005 levels by 2030, as well as achieving 100% carbon-free...
Visualizing U.S. Electricity Generation Jobs by Technology In 2021, 857,579 people were employed in the U.S. electricity generation sector. To explore the distribution of this workforce, the above graphic by the National Public Utilities Council breaks down the...
How Droughts Threaten the Future of Hydropower Hydropower is the largest source of renewable energy in the United States, accounting for 54% of the country’s renewable electricity generation. However, dry conditions and droughts intensified by climate change are...
How Does U.S. Electricity Generation Change in a Week? The U.S. has a dynamic electricity mix, with a range of energy sources generating electricity at different times of the day. At all times, the amount of electricity generated must match demand in order to keep...
The Flow of Energy-Related CO2 Emissions in the U.S. In 2021, U.S. carbon dioxide emissions from the generation and consumption of energy reached 4.9 billion tonnes. Fossil fuels including petroleum, natural gas, and coal made up 100% of these emissions. To better...
Animated: 70 Years of U.S. Electricity Generation by Source Electricity generation in the U.S. has grown exponentially since 1950, going from 2.96 billion kilowatt-hours (kWh) in 1949 to 4.11 trillion kWh in 2021. With the growth in electricity generation, the U.S....
The utility industry urgently needs to move towards a realistic system of carbon free solutions to meet the climate challenge facing the U.S., and the world.
NPUC is poised to lead the way with its thought leadership expertise, industry reach, and passion to transform existing industry practices.
Can’t wait? Reach out!
"*" indicates required fields
Headquartered in the San Francisco Bay Area, we have satellite offices all across the country to serve our clients wherever they need us. We operate locally, efficiently, and with distinctively low overhead—and we pass the savings on to you.