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.
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The Mexican government has updated its plan to save the ailing state-held oil and gas company Pemex, in an attempt to improve its balance sheet and prevent a further downgrade of its credit rating.
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,...
The European Commission recently published a report summarizing the main conclusions of a study about European energy prices, costs and subsidies conducted by Enerdata with partners Trinomics and Cambridge Econometrics.
The study found not only significant increases in total subsidies, but also a small uptick in fossil fuel subsidies – contrary to EU commitments.
Climate Chance is an association that supports the fight against climate change by creating synergies between diverse, non-state actors around the world who work at the local level to promote climate action.
Transport is often the fastest growing sector for energy demand in emerging countries. Because the sector depends almost entirely on fossil fuels, this growth also has an outsized impact on GHG emissions.
Yet there have been notable improvements to energy efficiency of transport in many of the 16 emerging countries we analysed for this Executive Brief.
Since 2017, Enerdata has been assisting the Mexican National Commission for Efficient Energy Use (CONUEE) to evaluate energy efficiency in Mexico. (This is part of a project of ADEME – the French Environment and Energy Management Agency – carried out with financial support from the AFD – the French Development Agency).
One effect of a successful energy transition will be a lessening of economic and geostrategic dependence on fossil fuels. But dependence will increase on certain critical materials, including lithium, cobalt and others.
With this in mind, how can advanced economies avoid becoming critically dependent on these materials?
Under the EU’s ODYSSEE-MURE project, Enerdata has developed and maintained six user-friendly data tools to help our users, including policy makers and energy economists, analyze energy efficiency changes and improvements in all EU countries, Switzerland, Serbia and Norway.
The tools present the latest available energy data and drivers for each country, all gathered in one database. Two of the newest tools developed and updated by Enerdata this fall are Combined Scoreboard and Decomposition.
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Detailed country reports offering independent, granular analysis of proven energy transition progress (relative to Paris Agreement pledges) in emerging markets. Progress is broken down into sectors and industrial branches. Includes three forecasts elaborated through our robust scenario-based approach.
EnerDemand provides a unique selection of data to monitor energy efficiency trends and access detailed information for the world’s most energy-consuming countries.
Up to 300 time series (or data series) by country on oil, natural gas, biofuel, coal and power markets for over 40 OECD and non-OECD countries. Updated every month with latest available data from premium sources. Provides statistics from premium sources on production, import, export and consumption.
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The 20-year-old project Odyssee is supported by the European Commission and coordinated by the French Environment and Energy Management Agency (ADEME). This database contains energy consumption drivers, efficiency and CO2 related indicators by sector from 1990 until 2016 for the 28 EU members plus Norway, Serbia and Switzerland. Enerdata manages the online database providing easy-to-use data query software that permits advanced analysis.
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This innovative service is dedicated to future energy consumption by sector, drilling down to end uses and industrial branches. Enerdata’s Country Energy Demand Forecast offers a powerful modelling platform that is delivered on a simple web interface.
The LNG database gives detailed and up-to-date information of liquefaction, regasification facilities and LNG carriers for North and South America, Asia or EMEA. Reports identify key gas companies through their shareholdings in processing plants, highlight major projects in new gas producing and importing countries and project future LNG market developments by LNG zone, location, facility name and type.
This powerful intelligence tool allows you to screen, monitor and analyse power generation asset development. Power Plant Tracker gives you an in-depth understanding of the future of the power generation mix, so you can to assess the industry drivers and identify companies’ asset portfolios.
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