We are breaking new ground in weather analytics by quantifying weather risk. Our innovative technology gives our clients tools to make better weather-related business decisions - Linking weather to risk.Learn More
- Case Study
TempRisk vs. Model Forecasts
A comparison study: How does TempRisk’s methodology compare to numerical weather prediction? More
- Social Media
Summer 2012: How Hot Was It?
The Midwest/East US experienced the most extreme and persistent heat on record since 1948... More
Dr. David Gold, Iberdrola Renewables, meteorology manager
"We used TempRisk to enhance confidence in a turn to colder weather late Jan into early Feb 2013"
- Current Update
EarthRisk is expanding their meteorological research development into the realm of hurricanes and other extreme weather... More
Whether investing in gas and power or planning a city grid, the weather is big business in the energy industry. TempRisk users can see the risk of weather events before the market, leading to better timing and scaling of positions.
Nearly every facet of agricultural activity depends on the weather: crop yields (pricing), harvesting, fertilizing, planting dates and water management. TempRisk’s advanced weather information can help farmers plan and prepare.
The world's costliest year in history for natural catastrophe losses was 2011. The US alone spent $32B in insured losses due to extreme weather events. TempRisk allows insurers to better mitigate the loss risks.
Double Your Forecast Lead Times
TempRisk contributes to greater forecast confidence by providing access to new data sets at longer lead times -- in an interface that feeds real operational decision making on a daily basis.Learn More
Customers acquire access to the regions valuable to their business:
- Asia Pacific
- Central US
- East US
- Midwest East US
- Midwest US
- Pacific Northwest US
- Pacific Southwest US
- Southeast US
- South-Central US