ENABLING RESILIENT UK ENERGY INFRASTRUCTURE: NATURAL HAZARD CHARACTERISATION

Article Source: IMechE

The ETI Natural Hazards Project is an initiative funded by the Energy Technologies Institute and delivered by EDF Energy, the Met Office and Mott Macdonald.

Designed as a three-phase project, the final phase is now complete and captures the knowledge and learning from the project in a way that makes it accessible to engineers with responsibility for new or existing high value energy infrastructure assets.

The project has produced a set of technical volumes summarising the state of the art on natural hazard characterisation for a variety of natural hazards. These are supported by a set of case studies. Each case study focuses on the application of the methodology and data outlined in the named technical volumes.

Introduction

Vol. 1 Introduction


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