One tool to manage your climate physical risks data.

Understand, quantify and report climate physical risks

Science-driven and bespoke climate information to support climate analytics

Sustainability Analysis and Reporting

Confidently navigate the changing landscape of sustainability regulations, and easily report physical climate risks at project and portfolio level.

Climate Risks for Renewable Energies

Science backed climate data for the accurate analysis of climate impacts for the energy sector, anywhere in the World.

A complete climate data solution

Our online tool features three products to respond to all your business’ climate risk assessment and projection needs

A high level summary of climate risks at project and portfolio level. Aligned with the EU Taxonomy, TCFDs and other regulations

Request access to obtain a sample REPORT

Access to high resolution downscaled daily time series for multiple climate variables, spanning from 2000 to 2099     

Request access to obtain a sample SERIES

High resolution maps of projected changes for multiple sector specific climate variables, horizons and emissions scenarios

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With our guidance at every step of the way

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Interpret your data
Understand all  scenarios
Customise risk metrics

Frequently asked questions

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How many emissions scenarios do you provide?

For CMIP6 models projections we offer the Shared Socioeconomic Pathways SSP1-2.6, SSP2-4.5, SSP3-7.0, and SSP4-8.5. For CMIP5, the Recommended Concentration Pathways RCP2.6 , RCP4.5 and RCP8.5.

What is the resolution of your data?

The spatial resolution of our downscaled data is either 25 km or 3km, depending on the historical data employed as a reference to downscale the climate models.

What approach do you use to downscale the data to the specific locations?

The typical spatial resolution of Global Climate models varies between 100 and 200 km. In order to increase the resolution and at the same time correct biases in model projections, a statistical approach based on the quantile mapping technique is employed by Climate Scale. In this way model simulations are downscaled to 25km2 resolution using ERA5 as a representation of the observed climate for most of the essential climate variables, ensuring a globally consistent dataset for multiple variables simultaneously. For wind speed and solar irradiation, the resolution is increased to 3 km using Vortex and GSA data.

Do you provide the data required by different sustainability regulations?

We cover the physical risks required by several sustainability frameworks at both, project and portfolio levels. These include the chronic and acute physical risks recommended by the TCFD, and the main climate hazards included in the EU Taxonomy, EU CSRD & ESRS.

Do you provide only generic climate risk metrics

We have added to our service wind and solar specific risk metric to inform about impacts of climate change on project revenue, O&M, and design parameters. These metrics are in addition to the acute and chronic climate physical hazards recommended to assess impacts on general infrastructure. We also offer the possibility of developing customised climate hazards for different applications.

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