The development of information and communication technologies (ICTs) entails a deep transformation of energy systems, as digitization drives several types of "disruptive" changes within the energy sector.
What impact, positive and/or negative, will such changes have on the global energy industry? Read our latest executive brief to find out.
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The German Federal Network Agency (Bundesnetzagentur or BNetzA) has published the results of the third 2018 tender for onshore wind power projects.
In Numeri and Enerdata have been selected by Ademe to deal with LCoE of renewable technologies in France. The project aims to collect data on the actual LCoE in France over the years 2017 and 2018 (In Numeri), comparing these outputs with three countries (Germany, China, The United-States) and to develop LCoE forecasts to 2050 for all the studied technologies (Enerdata).
New increase in LNG supply capacity and in LNG trade (+10%) in 2017.
With +9.9 Mt and +9.5 Mt of added capacity respectively, Australia and the United States accounted for most of the surge in LNG global production (+25 Mt) in 2017. LNG trade also grew this year, with imports rising twice as fast as in 2016 : +10%, an increase driven by the European, Asian and Latin American markets.
The study “Mind the gap”: Aligning the 2030 EU climate and energy policy framework to meet long-term climate goals for a better coordination of climate and energy policies through the regulation on the Governance of the Energy Union is already available.
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Enerdata has brought its expertise to Weltenergierat Deutschland, the German committee to the World Energy Council, for the 2018 edition of Energy for Germany (Energie für Deutschland). Enerdata provided data and figures on global energy consumption, production and prices.
Enerdata, presented a no-cost webinar hosted by the Clean Energy Solution Center, untitled "Climate Action in Asian and Pacific Countries: The implications of NDCs and the role of carbon pricing for the energy sector" on June 6th.
Enerdata just released its annual publication Global Energy Trends, the first analysis of 2017 figures available to energy market players. Based on G20 data, which accounts for 80% of global demand, this analysis identifies the key trends in the evolution of global markets.
Contrary to oil, gas markets are based on the availability of expensive transport infrastructure and have traditionally been regional (North America, Europe, and Far East Asia).
If the development of LNG trade in the last decades has made the three regional gas markets more interconnected and more interdependent, we are still far from a liquid gas market such as the global oil market.
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