The Third National Climate Assessment: The Role of District Energy and Combined Heat and Power

District Energy, Second Quarter, pp.19

April 2015

U.S. society, and its infrastructure, were designed for the climate the country had, not the climate it now has. In the current issue of District Energy, Partner TC Richmond discusses how climate change is affecting our nation’s energy infrastructure in an era of production and supply disruptions, increased electricity demands, decreased water availability, increased vulnerability of coastal facilities, and the ways in which energy systems can evolve, uncovering opportunities for mitigation and adaptation. 

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