Climate change could flip European peak power demand to summer, study says

High rise public building exterior with air conditioning units, Belgrade, Serbia, 07/2016. Credit: Marco Secchi / Alamy Stock Photo.

GDJA5F High rise public building exterior with air conditioning units in Belgrade Serbia. Image shot 07/2016. Exact date unknown.

Climate change could push peak electricity demand from winter to summer in most European countries, a new study says

August 29, 2017 — If global greenhouse gases aren’t curbed, rising temperatures will lead to increased use of air conditioners in the summer and less need for heaters in the winter. Continue reading