Consulting services provider Guidehouse announced a strategic alliance with climate analytics company Jupiter, aimed at helping utilities understand and address climate risks and opportunities.
Jupiter’s platform enables actionable intelligence for physical assets at the portfolio level, leveraging climate science and economic impacts to address a broad range of use cases and climate scenarios, among other factors.
Rich Sorkin, Jupiter CEO, added:
“Our software solutions deliver climate risk analysis of multiple perils, in spatial resolutions from portfolio to asset level, globally and across flexible time horizons and climate scenarios. Guidehouse, a global leader in sustainability and resiliency consulting, is an ideal partner for us as we join forces to provide utilities with the insight, they need to make real progress building resiliency programs that mitigate the impact of climate change on their assets and operations.”
Through the collaboration, the companies aim to provide clients in the utilities sector with a comprehensive and transparent climate change risk assessment as a key part of an advanced integrated planning strategy, by combining Guidehouse’s utility industry expertise, and Jupiter’s global-scale analytics platform.
Hector Artze, partner in Guidehouse’s global Energy, Sustainability, and Infrastructure segment, says:
“By leveraging Jupiter’s best-in-science climate risk platform, we can provide a detailed and full lifecycle approach that enables energy providers to continuously manage complex energy system infrastructure investment planning needs, project execution, and reporting to help organizations as they look to decarbonize and tackle climate risks that impact resiliency and reliability.”
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