Show Notes

Host:  Ryan Harris

Guest: No Guest

Description:  Even before the recent passage of the historic Inflation Reduction Act climate legislation, the utilities sector was already heavily reliant on weather and climate services.  The passage of the IRA and its omission of significant weather services investment opens the door for deeper private sector support to the industry.  Everything from energy trading, to direct environmental impacts to water and energy grids, and the growing renewables verticals within the utilities sector depend on accurate and reliable environmental intelligence.  This episode sets the stage for a deeper conversation that we’ll have next week with one senior meteorologist working on the front lines of optimizing energy savings and value using advanced weather technology.


Extreme weather magnifies energy supply and demand


Inflation Reduction Act opens gap for weather industry


Sector verticals: energy trading and direct utilities impacts


Weather and climate tech for utilities


Weather and climate gaps for industry