Visualising wind and flood hazards in Europe
The UK Centre for Greening Finance & Investment (CGFI) is a national centre established to accelerate the adoption and use of climate and environmental data and analytics by financial institutions.
The IEA is part of CGFI and leads on ensuring the…
Monitoring weather and climate risks to electricity networks
Extreme weather events are causing greater uncertainty to infrastructure owners and operators. Physical damage to assets as well as disruption to services and field operations lead to higher O&M costs and potential penalties for regulated utilities. On top of this, climate…
Reducing energy costs in cement manufacture
Analysing climate impacts on infrastructure
Modelling methane gas emissions using machine learning
Forecasting fog using data analytics
Improving environmental impact assessments using knowledge graphs
Making climate science accessible - VIEWpoint Brazil
The WCSSP brings together weather and climate expertise from the UK and partner countries to focus on the global challenges of climate and extreme weather events. It is funded in the UK by the Newton Fund and delivered by the UK Met Office.
Predictive Maintenance for Wind Turbines
In this project, our analysts worked with a wind farm operator to investigate the likely reasons for observed operational reductions in turbine availability and production output during operational wind windows (wind speeds >3ms-1 and <25ms-1) and to explore the…
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