To define investments, territorial planning and energy security, public authorities and private companies need to thoroughly forecast energy demand. In the transport sector alone, there have been some game changers, but how considering this evolutions in the forecasting?
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The Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Policy has received 4,109 applications in the first round of the 2021 SDE++ (Stimulering Duurzame Energieproductie) programme for large-scale solar and renewable energy, which was largerly oversubscribed. The cumulated...
In partnership with the International Energy Agency, Enerdata will produce and analyse energy and emissions scenarios on the Horn of Africa region until 2030, to support decision-makers in the impact assessment of additional energy policies in the region.
The focus will be on the Intergovernmental Authority on Development countries (Djibouti, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Kenya, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan and Uganda), facing limited access to energy and many socio-economic and climatic challenges.
Hydrogen is proving to be a major component of the energy transition and is foreseen as one of the pillars for key energy systems’ decarbonisation. Not only it can be produced from renewable energy sources to fuel the transport and the industry sectors, but also it can be used as a power storage solution.
AFREC is a pan-African organisation that supports the continent's energy policies. As such, it wished to have a reliable and complete statistical system, in line with international energy accounting standards. To this end, Enerdata is working with AFREC to design, develop and maintain an EIS (energy information system) and to train African statisticians in national energy accounting as well as in data visualisation (dataviz) through customised dashboards (business intelligence).
Enerdata and its partner Trinomics carried out a study on energy subsidies, required by the European Commission to release its annual report to the European Parliament.
We performed this study thanks to our research capabilities and our network of experts in the EU27 Member States (MS).
With the incorporation of renewables into the power grids at a larger scale and the phasing out of some fossil fuel power plants, electricity storage solutions are surging, to provide flexibility and balance electricity supply and demand. Although, what are the main countries developing power storage technologies? Moreover, e-fuel and H2 generated from carbon neutral electricity are expected to play a significant role in the decarbonisation of key energy systems, but to which extent?
Considering the macroeconomic context and the market drivers (such as policies and fuel supply, among other things), what should be expected in the next few years and in the long-run: will prices stabilise or continue to increase?
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The Directorate General for Energy and Climate (DGEC) of the French Ministry for the Ecological Transition has mandated Enerdata to carry out an audit of their internal modelling tool 'GEStime', which enables French energy consumption and sectoral GHG emissions projections for 2030 and 2050. The study provided an external opinion on the calculator in all its aspects, both in terms of ease of use and clarity of the tool, as well as the relevance of the modelling and the data sources used. Enerdata was thus able to provide the DGEC with a...
Enerdata, an independent energy research company, announced today the acquisition of Infinergia, a marketing and strategy consulting firm specialising in clean energy markets. Enerdata has experienced strong and steady growth over the last few years and is gradually implementing its strategic development plan. This acquisition will enable the company to further address new market opportunities by developing a new expertise on clean energy technologies and enlarging its offering.
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