The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law and similar programs around the globe require public and private sector organizations to work together to ensure success. Guidehouse has the domain expertise and industry knowledge to help unlock the “ability” in sustainability.
The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law will create the largest investments ever in broadband,
and many other sectors,
allocated across more than 350 programs. And participants of these programs must evaluate their
readiness and the long-term resiliency of their plans when prioritizing their focus area. What will
you and your public and private sector partners need to prioritize to create more resilient systems
that mitigate threats,
avoid future costs,
create well-paying jobs,
and support underserved communities? Guidehouse has answers.
In their report, Future-Proofed: Protecting Infrastructure in Uncertain Times, our Guidehouse experts provide insights and answers.
Guidehouse solves problems that cross sectors, industries, and geographies for clients in the public sector and the regulated commercial markets they serve. Learn more about our industry offerings.
In just eight years, your organization will face 2030 net-zero targets – plus growing demand from stakeholders to take action on sustainability and energy transition. At Guidehouse, we’ve been guiding both public and private sector organizations along their pathway to sustainability, and we’d like to share what we’ve learned with you.
This article by Guidehouse’s Karen Wilson and Ajay Chawan discusses the considerations for updating or creating a fleet transformation strategy.
Guidehouse experts Britt Harter and Derek Rushing explain how a climate action plan can remove the complexity surrounding financing, resources, and impact.
What are the biggest challenges you face in moving sustainability and energy transition forward for your organization? We’d welcome hearing from you.Start the Conversation.