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The idea of a triple bottom line, measuring social and environmental impact in addition to financial profit, has been discussed in many industries for over a decade. But are evolving consumer demands and stakeholder pressure finally driving the utility industry to take significant environmental and social action and prioritize decarbonization? The National Public Utility Council (NPUC) and Zpryme surveyed over 80 utility employees to gauge the state of their decarbonization initiatives. This utility decarbonization paper explores how utilities benchmark their decarbonization efforts, track and plan for federal decarbonization regulation, and their challenges.

Read the Utility Decarbonization Has an Air of Uncertainty paper here.

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The National Public Utilities Council (NPUC) is a leading research organization dedicated to driving progress in the decarbonization of power generation. The council fosters collaboration between public utilities, providing a platform for sharing ideas and finding innovative solutions to the challenges of reducing carbon emissions.