Energy infrastructure powers our world, and the transition to renewable energy sources is on fast pace. All new projects need to account for the climate risks involved that are location and site specific. The first idea of asset location, and risks involved will help develop risk curves to build resilient infrastructure.
From the source, to distribution and use, the different components in the energy system can be disrupted by different climate events such as wildfires, storms, floods, landslides, and heatwaves. These events can cause a disturbance in the system breaking the flow of the energy service to the end users. Safeguarding against such extremes can reduce costs across the entire lifecycle.