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    Utilities need incisive, fast, data-driven methods for dealing with natural disasters like wildfires – both before and after disaster strikes.
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Your fellow group members are paying close attention to utility management trends and sharing their insights. This month’s roundup includes information about climate-resilient energy delivery, incentives for rooftop solar, and more.
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Even as the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic continues to have ripple effects, states and utilities have begun to pivot from their net-zero goals and aspirations to examining ways to accomplish them.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott signed Senate Bills 2 and 3 into law on June 8. The laws are intended to change how parts of the state’s power grid must prepare for extreme weather and how the Electric Reliability Corporation of Texas (ERCOT) is governed.

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