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Climate change and the U.S. energy sector: Regional vulnerabilities and resilience solutions

Source(s):  United States Department of Energy (DOE)

This report examines energy sector vulnerabilities to climate change impacts at the regional level. It reviews the composition, operation, and management of regional energy systems including regional energy resources, private and public infrastructure, imports and exports, and energy consumption patterns. It also examines regional energy planning efforts, state and local regulations, and measures taken by energy sector owners and operators to enhance climate resilience.

The document is intended as a resource for private entities, institutions, governments, and other decision makers in need of regional and localized information and insights to assist in assessing risks and developing effective resilience strategies for energy systems vulnerable to climate impacts.



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  • Climate change and the U.S. energy sector: Regional vulnerabilities and resilience solutions
  • Publication date 2015
  • Number of pages 193 p.

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