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Pathways to Community-wide Energy Resilience

Communities nationwide are increasingly preparing for impacts from a range of natural disasters. From prioritizing upgrades at critical facilities to leveraging innovative funding opportunities, this session showcased collaborative partnerships and planning pathways to creating more resilient communities, highlighting the role energy efficiency can play in the planning process. It also highlighted timely DOE resilience tools to aid in planning and funding.

Speakers: Chris Castro, City of Orlando, FL; Rob Cox, Energy Production & Infrastructure Center (EPIC) at UNC Charlotte; Cherylyn Kelley, State of Missouri; Beth Schrader, New Hanover County, NC