SLR supports RWE in achieving consent for the Awel y Môr Offshore Wind Farm
by Richard Jardine
SLR is excited to announce its participation in the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) Climate READi Program as an Affinity Group Member.
EPRI is an independent non-profit energy research, development, and deployment organization with a presence in more than a dozen countries in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia, and the Americas.
The Climate READi Affinity Group includes leading experts from academia, consulting, finance and insurance institutions, non-governmental organizations, national labs, regulators and governments. The Group works to leverage its collective expertise to address critical challenges related to climate resilience and adaptation planning for the energy sector.
Program sponsors include sector-leading energy firms and utilities based in North America, several of which are current SLR clients.
The Climate READi Program includes three technical workstreams and two topic groups:
SLR brings its experience in climate change data processing and modeling, asset and system vulnerability assessment, risk reduction and climate resilience, and environmental justice to provide expert insight across all working groups and topic areas. SLR’s sees the partnership as an opportunity to help lead and develop climate resilient and sustainable solutions for the energy sector.
We look forward to integrating ourselves into these working groups and collaborating with our peers to strengthen our collective approach to climate risk.
To learn more about SLR’s participation in the Climate READi Program, please contact:
Sean Lynch, MA
Principal Climate Resilience and Sustainability Consultant
Noah Slovin, MS, CFM, CAGS, AICP
Senior Resilience Planner