COO of Eversource
Werner Schweiger is the COO of Eversource.
Committed to achieving carbon-neutral operations by 2030, Eversource, New England's largest energy provider, has some big projects on the horizon. As the energy provider to more than 4.3 million electric and natural gas customers in Connecticut, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire, the company is also investing in innovations and new technologies to make its infrastructure more resilient in light of the growing number of severe storms.
PUF's Steve Mitnick and I spoke with Werner Schweiger, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of Eversource, about the challenges facing the energy industry and his company's vision to tackle them in 2022 and beyond. What will success look like for energy providers when the road that lies ahead is yet untraveled?
— Michelle Fay, Partner, Guidehouse
Guidehouse's Michelle Fay: Share your view on what's in store for the new year, both for Eversource as well as for the industry in general?
Werner Schweiger: I'll give you a couple of specific examples that speak to Eversource, and then some that are more regional or industrywide. For us, it should be an exciting first quarter.