Accessibility to reliable, clean and affordable electricity is an essential component of quality of life. When power systems fail – lives are immediately interrupted and put at risk. And as climate change continues to result in more severe weather episodes, reliability issues will only increase. Our grid systems must be built to adapt to withstand severe shocks to the electrical system and ensure our safety and security are not compromised.
PEER encourages and outlines practices that enable energy infrastructure to be resilient in the face of any natural disasters, reliable in their ability to meet daily needs, sustainable in a way that prioritizes efficiency and mitigates the impacts of climate risk. Through PEER, utilities and cities, transit systems and larger campuses can enhance the resilience of their power systems to ensure that users are never left in a dangerous position.
Learn more about how resilient energy infrastructure can help improve power system operation and reduce costs through PEER project case studies in this on demand online training:
Resilience Preparedness Through PEER Strategies
Cities and utilities, campuses and transit stakeholders including project owners, facility teams, utility service providers, power system consultants and more, can now access this on demand online training through USGBC’s education portal to:
- Understand the necessity of reliable and resilient power grids
- Learn how the PEER rating system works
- Learn strategies to improve your grid's resilience through project case studies
- Explore how PEER certification can add value to your project
The speakers include:
- Mili Majumdar, Managing Director, GBCI India and SVP, USGBC
- Ishaq Sulthan, Associate Director, GBCI India
You also have the ability to earn a Continuing Education (CE) credit and certificate after taking part in this online training through the USGBC Education Portal.
If you have more questions about how projects can use PEER to achieve their sustainability goals, reach out to the PEER team directly at email@example.com