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Energy : optional sectoral module (Inglês)

In a resilient city, the energy system offers a secure supply of power that ensures the continuity of services in the event of disruptions (robust). It has spare capacity to provide power to the city under any circumstances, especially to ensure continuity to the functioning of critical infrastructure like hospitals and government buildings (redundant). The planning for and design of energy infrastructure is informed by an integrated risk assessment taking major shocks and stresses into consideration (reflectiveness). A resilient energy system provides access to electricity to all societal groups, and embraces both centralized and decentralized approaches as appropriate (inclusive and redundant). Management of the energy system, including decisions regarding distribution and pricing, is inclusive of local departments and stakeholders (coordinated and inclusive).


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    Energy : optional sectoral module

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    energy system; environmental impacts of energy use; demand for heat; investment in network; transmission and distribution; supply of energy; continuity of service; Access to Electricity; degree of influence; energy generation asset; damage to infrastructure; energy infrastructure; Energy Sector; continuous supply; energy source; future demand; fuel distribution; natural hazard; power supply; critical infrastructure; distribution network; electrical safety; electricity access; distribution loss; Gas Distribution; fire truck; distribution channel; fuel availability; safety procedure; liquid fuel; electricity provision; peak demand; continuous service; financial incentive; public building; fuel trucks; electrical energy; smart technology; weather event; foreign fuel; foreign country; political instability; price shock; political change; distributed generation; distributed energy; fuel supply; power utility; power utilities; energy price; utility capacity; regular monitoring; integrated risk; government building; spare capacity; city infrastructure; secure supply; contingency fund; contingency financing; operational expense; electricity sale; sustainable management; system vulnerability; excess energy; funding source; energy consumer; energy retrofit; awareness raising; institutional building; supply chain; system design; energy reduction; power outage



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