Report breaks down U.S. climate change struggles into nine distinct regions [Video]

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26 October, 2015

It's important to remember that while climate change is something that affects everyone, it does not affect everyone the same ways.

A recent U.S. Department of Energy report divided the nation into nine climatological zones, each with their own description of vulnerabilities impacting service for local ratepayers. Whether they suffer from droughts, heavy snowfall, extreme flooding, or tornadoes, these customers require diverse solutions from their energy suppliers to maintain reliability.

Gaining a more thorough understanding of regional climate change qualms with this sharper focus also pushes energy interests to adopt a more holistic perspective when considering how the different components of the national grid interact and depend on each other.

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