Infrastructure operators should develop strategies to ensure services meet resilience standards in the long term

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Energy, water, digital, road and rail infrastructure operators should develop and maintain strategies to ensure infrastructure services can continue to meet resilience standards in the long term. To ensure this, regulators should:

  • introduce obligations by 2023 on infrastructure operators to require them to develop and maintain long term resilience strategies (where there is no current requirement)
  • set out, in future price reviews, how their determinations are consistent with meeting standards of resilience in both the short and long term.

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