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Annual Utility Decarb Report
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The world is facing a climate challenge like never seen before.

While electric power has always been pivotal to our growth as a society, it is a leading contributor to global greenhouse emissions.

To reach net zero emissions by 2050, an energy transition of seismic proportions is needed. 

What does this mean for electric utilities?

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Introducing the NPUC Annual Utility Decarbonization Report 2022

Brought to you by Motive Power and Visual Capitalist, this free report outlines what utilities need to do—and what obstacles they face—in achieving decarbonization.

What’s included in the free report?

The Annual Utility Decarbonization Report presents a data-driven analysis of the current status of decarbonization for the 30 largest utilities in the U.S.. Sections include:

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A Utilities-led Decarbonization Revolution

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Annual Utility Decarb Report
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The world is facing a climate challenge like never seen before.

While electric power has always been pivotal to our growth as a society, it is a leading contributor to global greenhouse emissions.
To reach net zero emissions by 2050, an energy transition of seismic proportions is needed. This involves embracing clean energy alternatives and fundamentally changing the way we produce and consume electricity.
What does this mean for utilities?

U.S. Emissions by Sector

MMT of CO2-equivalent, 2020
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Excludes emissions from U.S. Territories (0.4% of total)

Source: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

At the Forefront of Decarbonization: Reimagining the Role of Utilities
While decarbonization is an unprecedented challenge for electric utilities to achieve, it is also a unique opportunity.
In the U.S., the energy sector accounts for 25% of all greenhouse gas emissions.

Introducing the first ever NPUC Annual Utility Decarbonization Report 2022

Brought to you by Motive Power and Visual Capitalist, this free inaugural report sheds light on the obstacles that utilities are facing in their road to decarbonization, and explores solutions that can ease the transition to cleaner sources of energy.

NPUC Annual Utility Decarbonization Report 2022

The State of Decarbonization for the Top 30 U.S. Investor-Owned Utilities

What’s included in the free report?

The Annual Utility Decarbonization Report presents a data-driven analysis of the current status of decarbonization for the 30 largest utilities in the U.S..

This comprehensive report includes sections that cover:
A Utilities-led Decarbonization Revolution

Enter your email address to download the free report and subscribe to hear the latest news from the Decarbonization Channel, Visual Capitalist’s upcoming new website.

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National Public Utilities Council

The National Public Utilities Council (NPUC) intends to spark meaningful discussions between utilities and their peers to establish viable decarbonization practices, while providing comprehensive information services and in-depth data analysis on utility decarbonization.

Motive Power

Motive Power helps clients to reimagine their business, build workforces with leaders and cultures to accelerate change, create and deliver project management expertise and drive data analytics. Our focus on sustainability, DEI, purpose, and organizational effectiveness helps drive evolution and change for business.

Visual Capitalist

Since 2011, Visual Capitalist has been committed to making the world’s information more accessible—simplifying an increasingly complex world through data-driven, visual storytelling.