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Indonesia has submitted an updated Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC). The country has set unconditional reduction target of 29% and conditional reduction target up to 41% of the business-as-usual scenario by 2030. Similar targets were included in Indonesia’s first NDC in November 2016. The country estimates finance needs for mitigation actions at INR4,520,000bn (US$323bn).
In the energy sector, the country pledged to increase...
Enerdata has leveraged its Odyssee and Global Energy and CO2 databases to publish a report to explore the evolution of the transition to less carbon-intensive transport through the study of four main levers, with a highlight on the best practices to reaching this objective.
The World Energy Council published its 2021 issue of “ENERGY FOR GERMANY”, presenting facts, perspectives and positions on current energy topics from Germany, Europe and the world, with figures and graphics.
Enerdata’s experts contributed to this publication by writing the chapter “Energy in the world > Facts & Figures” leveraging our up-to-date energy databases.
Enerdata has been appointed by Schneider Electric to support the long-term evolution analysis of energy consumption, worldwide and in key countries. For this study, the focus is set on possible disruptions in all end-uses of the different economic sectors, with a specific evaluation of contribution of electrification and digitalisation.
Enerdata extends its support for ADEME in the project "Energy resource forecasting". In a context of climate emergency combined with other environmental issues (materials, soils, etc.) and the 2050 carbon neutrality target, the new features of this work include:
- Considering several ...
This project, led by the 2050 Pathways Platform, aims to support Morocco in developing its long-term climate strategy.
Two phases are planned:
- Elaboration of a long-term vision: collect the opinions of all stakeholders, see what their expectations were in terms of low-carbon development.
- Development of a low-carbon strategy (upcoming phase).
Within this framework, Enerdata, as technical partner, organised sectoral workshops with Moroccan stakeholders.
The global demand for batteries will increase tenfold by 2030 compared to 2020, driven by the growing needs of electromobility. While it was long thought that the main catalyst for electromobility would be the inevitable depletion of oil resources, global warming is actually the main driver of this transition. Outside the mobility sector, demand for batteries is also expected to grow substantially over the next decade in the currently marginal electricity storage market.
Developing countries contribute to a growing share of global GHG emissions and have been playing an active role in the publication of NDCs and revised ambitions.
What are their main issues and perspectives for the COP26? What are their main contributions in terms of climate change mitigation? What specific challenges do they face?
At the end of 2020, in order to concretely show Enerdata's commitment to society during a very difficult time, Management decided to donate €10,000 to associations and charities. In March 2021, a call for applications supported by the company's employees was organised in order to select projects and/or associations meeting certain eligibility criteria.
Our global energy forecasts service was implemented with the new following updates:
All EnerFuture scenarios are now taking in account Covid-19 impacts through a dedicated 5-year projection tool. In addition to this, Hydrogen consumption data are made available for each final demand sector.
Enerdata is currently working with ADEME's (the ecological transition agency) Transport and Mobility Department to develop a new tool for modelling energy consumption and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in the transport sector in France up to 2060.
Ultimately, the tool will cover all transport (passenger and freight transport, domestic and international) with a detailed representation of the energy consumption and GHG emissions of the various modes of transport, types of vehicle and...
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