Callendar's data solutions and physical climate risk analytics have been adopted by some of the largest and most successful firms in infrastructure, power, and construction.
Local, state-of-the-art physical risk assessment for assets, property, and portfolios. Today, over the next decade, or in 50+ years. Anywhere on the planet.
Callendar's ClimateRating™ is a range of synthetic climate risk analysis designed to deliver high resolution, ready-to-use hazards assessments in a timely and cost-efficient way using the most recent peer-reviewed climate impact projections and advanced automated data processing.
ClimateRating™ build upon our extensive data catalog, including dozens of the scientific community’s most respected physical models of the atmosphere and hydrosphere, detailled land use and elevation data, and long-term weather observations.
To ensure transparency and explicability, all our ratings include raw source data as well as an user guide that communicate methodologies and confidence levels, and details best practices for adaptation and risk mitigation. Additional support is available upon request.
How our tools and data are used in real-world situations to quantify and reduce climate risks
Flood + climate: demonstration of FloodRating™
Will climate change increase probability and severity of flood for your business or assets? A member of the ClimateRating physical climate risk scoring system, FloodRating is a comprehensive solution for assessing future flood and submersion risks.
Assessing flooding risk for one million substations
In this case study we evaluate the frequency of flood for 930,000 step-down transformers used to distribute electricity across mainland France.
It shows our ability to use big data and the benefits of data automation to quantify climate risks at scale.
In the prospectus published prior to its initial public offering, Saudi Aramco acknowledged that climate change may have damaging impacts on its activity and financial results.
This report provide an assessment of the nature and scale of these risks by 2035.