We recently traveled to Beirut, Lebanon, to co-host a technical workshop presenting a uniform methodology for collecting energy data. The purpose of this first workshop was to enable Morocco, Tunisia, Algeria and Lebanon to calculate reliable energy efficiency indicators by sectors.
The workshop was part of Enerdata’s new contract with ADEME, in the framework of the MEDENER network.
Our free web-application that’s based on our professional, 2040 energy forecasting is now available in Korean and Japanese. You can now use EnerOutlook to look up useful energy statistics and browse interactive maps and graphs in three languages.
The European Commission has awarded a contract to Enerdata and three partner firms to help define the reporting that EU Member States should implement to phase out energy subsidies, especially fossil fuel subsidies.
The project is designed to help build the legislative foundation to achieve the EU’s 2030 and long-term climate goals.
Here at Enerdata, we’ve been busy updating and redesigning some of our main services this spring. The latest overhaul is that of Key Energy News, which is now called Key Energy Intelligence.
Key Energy Intelligence is an analyst-curated daily email brief that provides global energy news selected by energy experts, plus independent analyses and a historical energy news archive.
The Indian Ocean Commission has mandated Enerdata to help create an energy information system for the five island nations of Madagascar, Mauritius, Seychelles, Reunion and Comoros.
This is an important first step in the development of a Regional Energy Observatory in the Indian Ocean.
We’ve just launched the 2019 version of EnerFuture, our service that provides global energy scenarios and trajectories through 2040. This new version contains both a full data update and some useful interface changes, plus updates to the scenarios in our robust forecasting models.
The French government recently updated its assessment of the value of not emitting GHGs – significantly increasing the figure from when it was first published a decade ago.
Enerdata contributed to the modelling upon which the report is based, using our POLES model to elaborate several carbon-neutrality scenarios.
EU Directorate-General for Energy Renews Confidence in Enerdata
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, Enerdata’s mission will be to provide the Directorate-General a collection of data and analyses that will allow them to stay up-to-date on the specifics of renewable energy development. This information will feed into the European Commission’s Energy Market Observation System, or EMOS.
This is Enerdata’s third consecutive contract for EMOS (after those agreed upon in 2010 and 2014). We at Enerdata are proud to see this as a sign of confidence in the quality of our services.
New Odyssee-Mure Datatools Added and Updated
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.
The Combined Scoreboard tool scores each EU country for its energy efficiency levels, improvements and policies, allowing users to see how countries compare in each category and across different sectors.
The Decomposition tool allows users to assess the specific changes in energy use by sector and country since 2000. It also shows in a clear, graphical format what has caused the changes, and to what extent efficiency gains make up for increased consumption and other changes.
The French Development Agency (Agence Française de Développement, or AFD) aims to fight poverty and promote sustainable development all over the world. The AFD’s strategy focuses on climate change and supporting low-carbon trajectories in the developing countries where it operates.
Enerdata is tasked with compiling Country Climate Factsheets for the AFD, in cooperation with partners Solagro and EcoAct.
Electricity Demand and Load Curves in New Caledonia - Enercal
Enerdata is working with ENERCAL – the TSO (transmission system operator) in New Caledonia – to elaborate electricity demand forecasts through 2040, as well as associated load curves.
As a remote island territory, New Caledonia is not interconnected with other electricity grids, which means the power system manager faces significant challenges. Electricity demand is growing steadily, and three-quarters of demand currently comes from industry.
ENERCAL will use the results of the Enerdata study to create a Transmission Network Development Plan for New Caledonia and to elaborate the basis of the next multiyear investment plan.
EnerNEO development for Pakistan’s NDCs moves forward
The current work is in partnership with the German Society for International Cooperation (Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit, or GIZ).
The first phase of EnerNEO development began in 2017, financed by the French Development Agency (Agence Française de Développement or AFD), and the next phase, also in collaboration with AFD, could start in early 2019. This new phase would aim to design a user-friendly tool covering complete energy- and GHG-emissions trajectories for Pakistan, including agriculture, land use and forest emissions. This would be something that has never been done before in the country.
Energy Transition Monitoring: a new step forward
We recently developed a process to monitor the energy transition in different countries, called EnerTraM.
A new project is now launched with the French Development Agency (AFD) to deploy this approach in 10 key emerging countries.
Ademe will develop LCoE forecasts
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).
Enerdata has contributed to the Renewables 2018 Global Status Report, a comprehensive annual overview of the state of renewable energy published by REN21, the renewable energy policy network.
The aim of this globally recognized publication is to help drive the energy transition with renewable energies.
ADEME, in partnership with the Prefecture, the REV3 Mission, the Regional Council and the Regional Chamber of Commerce and Industry, selected Enerdata and Energies Demain to provide new scenarios to extend the ambitions of the Third Industrial Revolution (called REV3), a new economic model based on the Energy and Ecological transition, to the new region Hauts-de-France.
Start of a new project with the Ministry of Energy of the United Arab Emirates
Enerdata is pleased to announce a second phase of a project with the Ministry of Energy of the UAE. It consists in developing an energy management system to collect and manage energy data, and calculate energy balances. Enerdata will develop several IT tools (databases, interfaces including business intelligence tools, etc.) to help the Ministry manage energy data coming from the main stakeholders in the country.
The 1st phase was achieved in 2016, at the same time as Enerdata also developed a specific modelling tool (“EnerNEO”) for the MoE, designed to build and analyse different scenarios for energy policy development.
We are very honoured to continue to develop this partnership and support the MoE in several key initiatives!
Enerdata organized a 3 days training on the energy demand model Medpro at CONUEE (Energy Efficiency Agency) in Mexico with the support of AFD (Agence Française du Développement) and ADEME.
New step on energy scenarios and MAC curves in our cooperation with the UK Ministry of Energy
Enerdata has been selected by the UK Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) to provide them with Business As Usual (BAU) emissions scenarios and Marginal Abatement Cost Curves (MACCs). Since 2007, the UK ministry in charge of energy has been using Enerdata’s forecasts to update two internal models of the ministry.
In a first phase, the Global Carbon Finance (GLOCAF) model is updated with most recent BAU scenarios and MAC curves to evaluate the economic impacts of climate action and NDCs of the Paris Agreement.
The second phase of the assignment consists in updating input data of the Carbon Price Model (BCPM), which is employed to estimate future carbon prices under the EU-ETS to be used in modelling activities and for policy appraisal.
Enerdata contributes to a study for the European Parliament’s Committee on Industry, Research and Energy
Enerdata co-authors an assessment of the impacts and feasibility of increasing the share of renewables beyond the proposed target of 27% for 2030.
Enerdata’s article on shale gas production costs aims at providing a better understanding of the potential future of shale gas in the light of the evolution of its wellhead production costs.
Launch of collaboration with IRENA on renewable energy roadmaps
Enerdata is pleased to announce a forthcoming project with the IRENA (International Renewable Energy Agency). Our analysts will assist the agency in the preparation and the elaboration of its renewable energy roadmaps worldwide.
New energy demand scenarios in Spain
The Spanish Energy Agency (IDAE) is currently building new energy demand scenarios, leveraging the Enerdata expertise and MedPro bottom-up demand model.
Regional climate policies leverage energy demand modelling
Enerdata is currently supporting two French regions (Occitanie & Hauts de France) in their 2050 prospective analysis. Scenarios include ambitious targets on energy demand reduction and on penetration of local renewable energy sources.
Enerdata leverages its tools such as MedPro to carry out the modelling of these regional energy systems.
I4CE, IFPEN and Enerdata published a policy brief on the reform of the EU ETS for the post-2020 period.
Produced within the framework of the research program COPEC II and provides a syntehsis of key results from a report that will be published later in October 2017.
Enerdata is contributing to a project focused on climate change adaptation for the French energy efficiency agency ADEME.
Enerdata contributed to a project for the European Commission DG Energy aiming to build early estimates on yearly energy data.
The early estimates were produced in August 2016, 6 months before the publication of Eurostat’s official 2015 energy data. They were calculated for all the EU countries for the main energy balance components as well as the renewable energy share in gross final energy consumption and in gross electricity generation.
Modelling the Tunisian Solar Plan using MedPro
The Tunisian National Agency for Energy Management (ANME), with the support of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), selected Enerdata to help modelling the Tunisian Solar Plan using the MedPro model.
Enerdata assists Mexico’s energy efficiency agency (CONUEE) in monitoring its energy efficiency policies
This project aims to assist Mexico's energy efficiency agency, CONUEE, in past and long-term evaluations of its energy efficiency policy and to test new efficiency measures.
Enerdata selected by the French Development Agency (AFD) for a project with the Pakistani Ministry of Water and Power
Enerdata just started working for the Pakistani Ministry of Water and Power to deliver an energy and climate planning tool (Ener-NEO) as well as 4 long term energy sector carbon emissions scenarios.
This technical assistance is financed and supervised by the French Development Agency (AFD) as part of a budgetary program to support the Government of Pakistan 's Energy reform.
Enerdata selected to provide the UK BEIS Department with emissions scenarios and MACC
Enerdata is launching a new project this month to provide the UK Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) with Business As Usual (BAU) emissions scenarios and Marginal Abatement Cost Curves (MACCs). Since 2007, the UK ministry in charge of energy has commissioned Enerdata to produce such data to update two internal models of the ministry.
Enerdata is a partner of the EU Building Stock Observatory project alongside BPIE, ECN, Ecofys, Seven and the support of 20 other organizations.
This project aims at providing a comprehensive snapshot of the building stock characteristics in Europe.
Leveraging its new Monthly Energy Database, Enerdata unveils its latest analysis on 2016 half year global energy market trends.
ZEBRA 2020 project updates the datatools which offer a user-friendly presentation of indicators related to building activities in Europe.
Enerdata largely contributed to multiple publications of the Insight_E observatory throughout the year 2015. In partnership with Enerdata experts, several publications have been released, including the Market Stability Reserve: Assessing Reform Needs and Possible Impacts on the EU ETS, the Analysing RES support mechanisms in the EU post-2020, the Shale Gas for Europe study and the Analysis of opportunities and barriers for Mideast gas.
Enerdata has been a key figure in the ENTRANZE project consortium, which has as objective to support policy making for zero-energy buildings (NZEB) and renewable heating and cooling (RES-H/C) within existing national building stocks by providing necessary data, analysis and guidelines.
We are proud to announce that Frederic BAULE has agreed to join our teams on an associate basis in order to support Enerdata’s development.
Enerdata is pleased to announce the opening of a new office located in the core of Singapore Business District Hub and the appointment of Mr. Antonio Della Pelle as its new Managing Director Asia Pacific.
Best practices for benchmarking energy efficiency trends, policies and measures given in our free webinar taking place on the 20 of June, 15.30 - 17.00 CET.
Canadian Enerdata Ltd. is holding a conference on the opportunities and challenges facing Canadian crude oil from both a global and domestic standpoint. The forum is to take place from the 22nd - 23rd of May in Calgary, Canada.
Enerdata in partnership with The Clean Energy Solutions Center invites you to join a free online training on key regulatory issues associated with the deployment of smart grids.
Enerdata will be holding a stand (Hall D, no. BG4-08) at the upcoming internal oil & gas industry event in Marina Bay Sands.
Enerdata is hosting a conference on energy demand modelling and CO2 policies on the 10th of October 2012
Enerdata will host a conference together with partner EasyM Technology and Consulting at the Grand Hotel Intercontinental in Korea.
Presentation of final results obtained for Pashmina project on the 16th of October 2012 at the European Commission
Mr. Château, President of Enerdata, will be presenting final results obtained for the paradigm shift in the urban energy and transport nexus, together with research institutes NERI and sMASH.
Enerdata to speak at the EU-US Summit on Science, Technology, Innovation and Sustainable Economic Growth
Mr. Château, President of Enerdata, will be giving a presentation on possible low carbon futures over the next 30 to 50 years.
Enerdata offers energy expertise at no cost through Clean Energy Solutions Center (CESC); a clearinghouse of global policy best practices, data reports and analysis tools.
Intervention of Bertrand Château, President of Enerdata, on the results of the quantification of the 4 new energy scenario of the WEC at 2050
Intervention of Bertrand Château, President of Enerdata, on the results of the quantification of the 4 new energy scenario of the WEC at 2050.
This study, which uses the world energy model POLES, bears on the energy issues by 2050 posed by the prospect of climate change and by the downgrading of the availability of energy resources, especially fossil ones.