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Adapting the Energy Sector to Climate Change

Non-serial Publications

English STI/PUB/1847 ¦ 978-92-0-100919-7

131 pages ¦ 28 figures ¦ € 40.00 ¦ Date published: 2019

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This publication explores the diverse range of impacts on the energy sector resulting from gradual climate change and extreme weather events, and the potential ways to counter them. All elements of the supply chain are explored: resource base, extraction and transport of depletable energy sources, power generation, transmission and distribution. The publication includes three case studies which assess the energy sector vulnerability of Argentina, Pakistan and Slovenia.

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Energy Industries, Environmental Aspects, Energy Policy, Climate Change Mitigation, EWEs, Extreme Weather Events, Supply Chain, Extraction, Transport, Depletable Energy Sources, Power Generation, Electricity Transmission, Distribution, Case Studies, Energy Sector, Vulnerability, Argentina, Pakistan, Slovenia, Anthropogenic, Climate Models, GHG, Greenhouse Gas, TOE, Tonnes of Oil Equivalent, Paris Agreement, Nuclear Power, Adaption, Thermal Power, Renewable Energy Technologies, Resource Base, Impacts, Risks, Estimates, Precipitation, Sea Level Rise, Supply Side, GCC, Gradual Climate Change, Good Practices, Intensity, Duration, Temperature, Storm, Lightning, Infrastructure, Coal, Oil, Gas, Energy Resources, Assessment, Conversion, Exploration, Hydropower, Solar Energy, Nuclear Power Plants

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