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California Climate Risk and Adaptation Index

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Eagle Rock Analytics is developing a novel index to quantify the benefits for the California Air Resources Board. This index will help to quantify the benefits and return on current and future investment of California Climate Investment (CCI) projects. By creating this index, the state may more accurately understand the value-add from various programs, while […]

Historical Observations Data Platform

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At present, our scientists are leading weather classification of extreme heat events for California utilities Southern-California Edison (SCE) and Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) in identifying events that stressed the electricity grid in order to support operations and planning efforts to understand and identify future heat stress events to the grid. To support this effort, […]

Renewables

California’s Senate Bill 100 (SB100) aims for 100% of California’s retail energy to come from renewable and zero-carbon sources by 2045. Eagle Rock Analytics is supporting this goal by developing high-resolution hourly profiles of photovoltaic and wind power generation potential through end-of-century for the California Energy Commission’s supply analysis team to assess climate change impacts […]

Cal-Adapt

Eagle Rock Analytics is the lead for Cal-Adapt, a portal containing tools and visualizations that connect results and findings from California’s research and scientific community with stakeholders and the general public. Our role is to direct the development of the next generation of data tools and visualizations, supporting California’s Climate Change Assessments. This work is […]

Cal-Adapt: Analytics Engine

Eagle Rock Analytics is the provider and maintainer of data for California’s Fifth Climate Change Assessment. We oversee critical platforms such as Cal-Adapt and the Cal-Adapt: Analytics Engine, the climate data portal and analysis platform for the State of California. The Governor’s Office of Planning and Research (OPR) issued guidance to state agencies, directing them […]