A first analysis of our preliminary global CO2 estimates for 2019 based on monthly data, derived from energy-related CO2 emissions from Global Energy and CO2 data and energy-consumption data from EnerMonthly.
Our findings: the global CO2 emissions from energy combustion should grow by +1-1.5% in 2019, driven by an increase in energy consumption. Fossil fuels consumption is growing by +1.5-1.9%, the repartition however is changing, with a significant increase in gas, a slight decrease in coal, and a steady increase in oil.
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The European Commission has presented The European Green Deal, its policy roadmap aimed at making the climate policy the new growth strategy for the European Union and at making the continent climate neutral by 2050.
Enerdata is attending the COP 25 in Madrid this week! There is a lot of interest and exchanges on energy transition topics, and to continue the discussion, we are planning a webinar on Energy Transition Monitoring (EnerTraM) in emerging markets on 17th December 2019 (at 10.00 am CET and 3.00 pm CET).
Enerdata organised a webinar on 4th December, 2019. This live session featured in-house analysis by our experts, as part of our work on EnerFuture scenarios and the Energy Transition.
Enerdata was invited to the Wind of Energy Transition seminar organised by the World Energy Council – Italy on 29th November 2019. The event's objectives were the exchange of experiences between all stakeholders of the wind energy sector in Europe. Our head of Global Energy Forecasting, Sylvain Cail, spoke at the “Outlook on Global and European Wind Energy” roundtable, presenting an overview of the global situation for the wind industry and future capacity planning, as well as an in-depth look at the wind sector in France.
Enerdata continues its collaboration with the Tunisian National Agency for Energy Management (ANME). We are starting a new study funded by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) as part of the project "Support for carbon pricing for NDC implementation and low-carbon transition".
This brief focuses on the policies and measures implemented to tackle energy poverty.
Energy poverty, or fuel poverty, is often defined as a situation where low-income households are not able to adequately provide basic energy services in their homes and for their transport at affordable cost. It is a major issue in emerging as well as in developed countries. In Europe, around 20% of households (i.e. ~50 million) were considered affected by fuel poverty in 2018.
The Observatory for the Security of Energy Trade Flows and Materials is coordinated by the Institute for International and Strategic Relations (IRIS), in consortium with Enerdata and the consulting firm Cassini, under a contract with the General Directorate for International Relations and Strategy (DGRIS) of the French Ministry of the Armed Forces.
The Odyssee-Mure project is a European H2020 project based on two regularly updated internet databases with the support of a network of national teams from the Member States (two updates per year).
The Electrification Europe 2019 summit was organised by EDF on 16-17 October 2019. Our president Pascal Charriau participated to the "Financing an electrified economy" round table. He presented the global historical and future trends for electrification, and highlighted the conditions for its acceleration, with a particular focus on the financial levers.
In this brief, we examine the determinants for air-conditioning demand and how this demand will be evolving. The rise of temperatures around the world, while part of the equation, is far from being the only factor for determining future AC consumption, and the local economic situation, cultural traditions, and the existence of energy efficiency measures all play a role.
Enerdata is pleased to collaborate with the Environment and Energy Encyclopedias. These two websites have been developed under the aegis of the University of Grenoble-Alpes in order to make high-quality scientific articles on environmental and energy issues accessible to the general public.
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