In 2016, Enerdata celebrated 25 years of research and development in global energy markets. Since then, the company has kept investing, achieving significant and steady growth while leveraging its global network of clients and partners.
1985 - Creation of Enerdata’s in-house database and suite of MEDEE models in order to gather reliable data on all energies across the globe.
1991 - Incorporation of Enerdata SAS as a spin-off from the CNRS Research Centre, run by Bertrand Chateau and Bruno Lapillonne.
1990's - Enerdata’s energy experts begin analyzing energy efficiency policies in France and all research and development programs within the European Commission.
2000 - Launch of Enerdata’s suite of research services.
2010 - Integration of the POLES model and development of expertise on global climate and energy issues.
2013 - Management transition – Pascal Charriau becomes Enerdata’s President.
2000's - The independent organization continues to invest and develop its expertise with an international network of clients and partners.
2014 - With strong growth in the Asia-Pacific region, Enerdata launches a subsidiary branch in Singapore.
2015 - Enerdata designs a new corporate logo and adapts its graphic chart.
2016 - Enerdata celebrates the 20th anniversary of its annual “Global Energy Trends” publication.
2016 - Enerdata’s team of analysts create new EnerFuture scenarios based on the INDCs analysis.