Every year, Enerdata release their Global Energy and Climate Trends: an in-depth analysis of the past year’s key figures, with projections related to the current context.
For 2022, the focus is done on the consequences of the recent game changers: the post-pandemic rebound and the energy crisis due to the war in Ukraine.
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AvenHexicon, a joint venture between Swedish power company Hexicon and Italy’s Avapa Energy, has submitted to Italian authorities its first State Maritime Concession application for a 1.2 GW offshore wind farm that will be located in the strait of Sicily, near Porto Empedocle, southern Italy....
Enerdata supported GRTgaz in the definition of a gas consumption trajectory for the French industrial activity in the context of reindustrialisation. To this end, Enerdata has defined activity trajectories consistent with a relocation for different sectors of French industry by analysing past trajectories and existing forecasting exercises.
The sectors concerned by this relocation are those considered as strategic by the French government, with a high added value, or allowing to reduce the carbon footprint of products.
Enerdata supports the Tunisian National Agency for Energy Conservation (ANME)with the assistance of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in the implementation of a net-zero emissions scenario by 2050.
Enerdata updates the two existing scenarios of the National Low-Carbon Strategy (SNBC): the business as usual (BAU) one and the low-carbon (LC) one. The project aims to create also a more ambitious pathway toward net-zero emissions by 2050.Enerdata is in charge of benchmarking the successful international strategies, defining...
2021 rebound: faster, stronger, harder
Enerdata publishes its Global Energy Trends, an exclusive analysis based on first-to-be-released 2021 consolidated statistics, and projections to 2050. This year, we give a particular focus on the impact of the major game changers that occurred recently: COVID-19 and war in Ukraine.
Enerdata supports Terega, a French gas transport and storage operator, with a customised weekly press review. Terega will use it to monitor new trends that could impact European gas transport networks, such as energy policies, alternative transport modes, hydrogen projects, or renewable projects. This monitoring will enable the company to improve their reactivity to the instability of the geopolitical to respond quickly to the needs of their clients.
The consequences of recent crises (Covid-19, surge in gas and electricity prices in 2021, Ukrainian situation in 2022) on the EU’s energy transition are quite diverse.
On the one hand, short-term energy price-cap measures taken by EU Member States could jeopardise the achievement of climate targets in the next few years. On the other hand, recent crises urge the need to address energy security and affordability, which could boost decarbonisation plans.
In 2021, Enerdata celebrated 30 years of expertise on energy and decarbonisation challenges. Due to the pandemic situation, we waited for a more favourable context to celebrate with our partners. Thus, we welcomed a panel of 30 customers, researchers, experts, coming from various continents and structures.
Enerdata supports the Directorate General for Energy and Climate (DGEC) of the Ministry of Ecological Transition ("MTE") in the implementation of energy transition scenarios: one scenario "with existing measures" (AME) and another one "with additional measures" (AMS).
Enerdata contributes to the development and the consistency check of these scenarios by producing prospective energy balances as well as monitoring indicators. Enerdata is also in charge of modelling the industrial sector with the EnerMED model.
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Following studies run in 2018 and 2020, Enerdata has been selected by the Directorate General Energy of the European Commission to perform the study on energy prices and costs to understand the impacts of the current energy prices surge on European households and industry’s costs.
For the fourth time, the European Commission has entrusted Enerdata to carry out an inventory of energy subsidies in the European Union Member States.
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