In the past year, our unwavering dedication to helping the energy transition has propelled us forward in our mission to work with our stakeholders toward the decarbonisation. Let’s revisit together the milestones and impactful strides made in our pursuit of a sustainable future.
Some of our innovative projects:
We helped the European Commission to identify the barriers hindering the development of specific clean technologies: innovative types of photovoltaic installations. Read more
For 2 years, we have been working on a key project of decarbonisation strategy in our own metropolis: Grenoble Alpes Métropole. This year, we adapted the ADEME scenarios for the energy transition to the scale of the agglomeration. Read more
In 2023, we supported many projects in Africa. Among them, we worked for the Moroccan government to prepare the COP28 by defining their net-zero emission scenario through a detailed sectoral analysis. Read more
Our major events:
Singapore International Energy Week
On the 25th of October, we hosted our workshop “Decarbonisation pathways: Uniting investments, trust and sustainability” along the Singapore International Energy Week.
Our latest research and scenarios on decarbonisation, with an emphasis on APAC countries, were presented by one of our leading experts, Aurélien Peffen. The presentation was followed by a panel discussion with guest speakers, covering the topics of carbon pricing and trust, investments in decarbonisation, and sustainable finance. Read more
Climate Chance Conference Africa 2023
On October 23 & 24, Climate Chance organised the Climate Chance Conference Africa 2023 in Yaoundé, Cameroon on the topic of "Sustainable habitats and climate change in Africa".
Our two experts Sylvain Cail and Victor Berenger, specialised respectively in energy transition scenarios and data intelligence, attended this key conference for climate action in Africa. Their contributions focused on data management within the energy sector, encompassing data availability, processing, and the development of robust data management systems. Read more
A 2-day seminar for Enerdata team
At the end of march, the whole team has been reunited in the Vercors mountain to take a step back and look at the progress made by Enerdata, as well as to think about what we want to achieve in the future. Thus, we had time for work, but also great time for fun, making this event an unforgettable friendly moment. Read more.
Our top-3 publications
This report provides you with energy and climate data benchmarks and detailed analysis on the Global Stocktake “How have CO2 emissions evolved since the Paris Agreement, and what were the main drivers behind this evolution?” and on the natural gas crisis "What measures were implemented to adapt to the new geopolitical situation regarding natural gas supply in the EU?" Read more
In the last 5 years, the amount of energy provided by renewable sources has increased dramatically (up by 39% since 2017 in Germany) and is expected to satisfy one third of EU requirements in 2026. This change has produced unexpected volatility in energy prices due to the unpredictability of renewable energy output. The cannibalisation effect occurs when too much availability of renewable assets creates higher sales, which then puts pressure on power prices and drives them down. Read more
The energy industry in China was historically designed to support rapid growth, turning China into the world’s factory. As an engine of global economic development, China is now facing the fallout of its carbon-intensive prosperity. The country is torn between sustaining growth and launching energy transition to deal with climate and pollution issues. As the #1 CO2 emitter, the power sector must adjust. Read more
Our top-3 webinars
Replays available on our Youtube channel
What steps to reach the 2050 energy climate goals? Global Energy Scenarios through 2050: An In-Depth Look at the Future of Energy. Read more
New steps for our Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programme
United Nations Global Compact Initiative
This year, we became a proud member of United Nations Global Compact Initiative, the world's largest corporate sustainability and corporate social responsibility initiative where all members commit to operating in ways that, at a minimum, meet fundamental responsibilities in the areas of human rights, labour, environment, and anti-corruption. Read more
EcoVadis silver medal
EcoVadis evaluates company performance in four themes: environment, labour and human rights, ethics, and sustainable procurement. This year we have improved our score by 17 points, bringing us in the 88th percentile of companies and earning us the silver medal. Read more
After 3 years in this CSR programme, we have reviewed our achievements and updated the priorities for the near future. Among them, we want to continue to reduce our environmental footprint based on our new yearly evaluation. In 2022/2023, we reached 1.8 tCO2/full-time equivalent. It considers scope 1, 2 and 3 (building, travelling - included home to work, consumables, and IT equipment). Read more