Renewable electricity development has boomed over the past decade as the results of rapid industry maturity progress and government support intervention. This brief analyses renewables support mechanisms with a look at their evolution and effectiveness and a specific focus on RES auctions. Auctions prices have been going down over the past years, reaching "zero premium" in some cases. Can renewable power generation hold its own against fossil fuels without support?
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Russia has submitted its first Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).
What are the main drivers of the energy consumption variation, and in particular energy savings, for residential and service buildings?
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In October 2020, Enerdata started a mission on energy poverty for the French National Energy Poverty Observatory (ONPE) and the French Ecology Transition Agency (ADEME). It will produce a brochure on good practices in the fight against energy poverty in Europe.
In the end, what will 2020 look like, in the world and in Asia? With the constant evolution of the Covid19 pandemic, this year has been drastically different from what was expected. At Enerdata, we keep monitoring the global energy markets continuously, and are keen to share our findings leveraging our latest statistics and newest short-term estimates with you.
As part of its State of the Energy Union report, the European Commission has released its analysis of energy subsidies based on the Study on energy costs, taxes and the impact of government interventions on investments.
In the end, what will 2020 look like? Enerdata hosted a live webinar on October the 12th to answer this question, and many more! We keep monitoring the global energy markets continuously and are keen to share our findings, leveraging our latest statistics and newest short-term estimates with you.
2020 has been nothing like we expected. The constant evolution of the Covid19 pandemic has drastically impacted the global energy demand, as lockdowns all over the world have led to reduced economic activity. At Enerdata, we have been monitoring the global energy markets continuously, and are keen to share our findings leveraging our latest statistics and newest short-term estimates with you.
LNG accounts 45% of natural gas trade today and is expanding rapidly: the market is expected to more than double by 2040. New importers and exporters have emerged, and new uses and technologies are fostering the development of LNG facilities and routes. Moreover, geopolitical factors remain a key driver, as LNG plays an important part in energy security strategies, while many main LNG producing regions and routes are experiencing instability.
As part of the Project "Support to carbon pricing for the implementation of the NDC and the low carbon transition in Tunisia", Enerdata participated to the international workshop on carbon pricing and modelling, which took place on 23rd September in Tunisia.
As part of a study financed by the French Development Agency (AFD), Enerdata will provide the Pakistani Ministry of Climate Change and the Global Change Impact Studies Centre (GCISC) with support on the elaboration of long-term emissions trajectories, which will be used as inputs for the revision of the Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC) of Pakistan.
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