Here at Enerdata, we’ve been busy updating and redesigning some of our main services this spring. The latest overhaul is that of Key Energy News, which is now called Key Energy Intelligence.
Key Energy Intelligence is an analyst-curated daily email brief that provides global energy news selected by energy experts, plus independent analyses and a historical energy news archive.
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The four German power transmission system operators (TSOs), namely Amprion, TenneT, 50Hertz and TransnetBW, have submitted the second version of the future domestic power grid development strategy (Netzentwicklungsplan or NEP 2030) to the energy regulator Federal Network Agency (BNetzA)
The European Commission has awarded a contract to Enerdata and three partner firms to help define the reporting that EU Member States should implement to phase out energy subsidies, especially fossil fuel subsidies
The project is designed to help build the legislative foundation to achieve the EU’s 2030 and long-term climate goals.
The Indian Ocean Commission has mandated Enerdata to help create an energy information system for the five island nations of Madagascar, Mauritius, Seychelles, Reunion and Comoros.
This is an important first step in the development of a Regional Energy Observatory in the Indian Ocean.
We’ve just launched the 2019 version of EnerFuture, our service that provides global energy scenarios and trajectories through 2040. This new version contains both a full data update and some useful interface changes, plus updates to the scenarios in our robust forecasting models.
The French government recently updated its assessment of the value of not emitting GHGs – significantly increasing the figure from when it was first published a decade ago.
Enerdata contributed to the modelling upon which the report is based, using our POLES model to elaborate several carbon-neutrality scenarios.
Multiple technologies are at the forefront of the energy transition in transport. We're all aware of electric vehicles – but is the decarbonization of electricity to power those electric vehicles happening quickly enough? And what about the role of biofuels?
In our latest Brief, we examine the progress being made in these technologies, and which countries are leading the way.
Many developed countries are now moving away from coal – the most carbon-intensive way to produce electricity – in their domestic power-mixes. But some emerging nations are just now starting to build coal-fired power plants. Find out why, and what this could mean for the transition to low-carbon global electricity, from our latest executive brief.
Enerdata has recently launched a new service called EnerTraM, which stands for Energy Transition Monitoring.
EnerTraM is a set of unique country reports that take an in-depth look at proven progress toward the Paris Agreement goals. In this first package we have focused on 9 key emerging countries, with more being added. Each report includes energy and emissions ...
Enerdata has been selected by the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Energy to furnish data and analyses on the development of renewable energy around the world.
Renewable energy development is a major element of the EU’s strategy in the fight against climate change – a fight in which the European Commission has positioned itself as a leader. Within this context,...
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