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Quantify climate impacts, prioritize resilience investments, probe market opportunities

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Energy

Jupiter’s high-resolution climate risk analysis of infrastructure — including electrical generation, transmission, and distribution systems, as well as oil and gas refineries, pipelines, and storage facilities — provide asset-level, bottom-up insights that enable our customers to better identify the need, location, and timing of climate resilience investments. Electric utilities also use Jupiter’s analytics for operations, regulatory, and community engagement purposes as a part of a comprehensive Integrated Grid Planning process.

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Use Cases

Risk identification

  • Identify future physical risk—both acute and chronic—to specific assets over their anticipated lifetimes
  • Identify value-at-risk based on future climate scenarios

Risk management

  • Incorporate expected effects of climate risk on revenue, capital and operating expenses, productivity and reliability of service, and overall profitability
  • Quantify physical climate risks to create an addressable baseline to measure the value and cost-effectiveness of adaptation investments in new or retrofitted infrastructure

Market opportunity assessments

  • In due diligence processes, assess physical risk from impacts of location-relevant climate perils to better understand the level of risk associated with the financing, acquisition, or construction of new assets

Capital planning

  • Strategize resource allocation for relocated facilities and resiliency improvements for critical assets, or those most at risk

Business continuance planning

  • Incorporate physical risk analysis into asset hardening, resiliency planning, fire prevention, emergency planning, and other key processes

Regulatory Response & Disclosure

  • Provide quantitative and qualitative responses to regulators, auditors, and key stakeholder and customer constituencies

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Additional resources

The New Due Diligence: Understanding the Climate-Related Vulnerabilities of Our Infrastructure

Moving the Needle on ESG and Climate Risk: An expert panel recap - Energy Risk Conference 2022

[eBook] Advancing from Climate Change Risk to Resilience

Grids Turn to High-Resolution Climate Analytics for Resiliency Planning

Physical Climate Risks Present Significant Risk for Utility Grid Infrastructure

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