On September 18th from 2:00-3:00 PM EDT NASEO, in partnership with the National Association of Regulatory Utility commissioners (NARUC) will host a webinar focused on the use of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in energy emergency preparedness, response, and mitigation. This webinar will review existing State and Federal GIS tools used for energy emergency response and resilience planning, including their current and practical applications, how the tools inform policy or regulatory decisions, why and how the tools were developed and funded, and how they could be replicated.
As a follow-up to the Energy Security and Data Analysis Workshop held in Washington, DC in December of 2019, this webinar is the first in a series of targeted energy security and data analysis webinars focused on providing technical expertise to State Energy Officials and State Regulators to build state government capability and capacity to make critical decisions during energy emergencies, implement energy assurance programs, and mitigate risks based on relevant energy and risk data. NASEO and NARUC will host these webinars throughout the fall and winter of 2020.
For more information and registration details, please contact Campbell Delahoyde.