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As part of our consulting work, we provide our expertise and knowledge on different energy topics (energy efficiency, emissions scenarios, databases and historical data etc.)

You can find below some publicly available studies from around the world in which we've been involved. Have a look at our work.

REN 21: Enerdata provides supply & demand data as well as intensities indicators

GECF: Enerdata provides the underlying historical data

ENGIE A World of Energy / Un Monde d’Energie: Enerdata provide most of the underlying historical data series

EPE Zero Net Emission Scenarios: Enerdata participated to this study, on the part addressing the energy sector

CEPAL: Enerdata conducted a study on energy efficiency in the Carribeans, in cooperation with Ademe

CONUEE: Enerdata developed an energy efficiency database for Mexico, in cooperation with Ademe and AFD (French development bank)

DGES (FR): Enerdata participated in the elaboration of the scenarios

COPEC: Enerdata participated to this study, leveraging its Carbon Market Tools

ADEME (FR): Enerdata co-directed this study with Ademe​

BEIS: Every year Enerdata produces Marginal Abatement Cost Curves for the BEIS, through its POLES model

GRT Gaz (FR): Enerdata carried out prospective scenarios of gas demand in France in collaboration with GRT Gaz




Market, Competitive and Technology Intelligence


For a leading European power transport company:

  • Objective: continuously inform managers on the company’s suppliers strategic information. Produce a monthly analysis for the board;
  • Enerdata developed a dedicated Content Management System (CMS) and implemented a daily watch from numerous national and local sources related to the 100 suppliers, in order to deliver a monthly newsletter and alerts to be read by subscribers;
  • The tool also allows employees to report information from the field.


For Schneider Electric:

  • Data mining concerning 200 power utilities in 11 European countries to help SE to understand the evolution of their sales and perspectives in different utilities segments (Transport, Distribution, Production);
  • Information collected: information on CAPEX, financial indicators, investments orientation, etc.;
  • Calculation of strategic KPIs.


For the UAE Ministry of Energy support long term forecasting of energy demand and supply:

  • Bespoke version of the EnerNeo model model up to 2050;
  • Scenario definition and analysis.


For the World Bank and the Brazilian Ministry of Environment:

  • Custom version of EVALUATE to assess Intended National Determined Contributions (INDCs) of G20;
  • EVALUATE covers all type of climate change mitigation pledges by 2030 and assess economic and sectoral impacts. It also estimates the remaining gap to the global 2°C target;
  • Training session in Brazil.


Efficiency Monitoring Indicators

For the World Energy Council:

  • Objective: promote and support development, introduction and implementation of energy efficiency policies around the world, by identifying recent trends in energy efficiency performance, by
    • identifying recent trends in energy efficiency performance;
    • describing and evaluates energy efficiency policies.



  • Action in the frame of UN/Cepal and IPEEC (International Partnership for Energy Efficiency Cooperation of G20);
  • Assistance to Latin and Central American countries (19 countries) for data collection on energy consumption and their drivers (similar to Odyssee);
  • Calculation of energy efficiency Indicators;
  • Display of data and indicators in a regional database and a data mapper for 13 countries;
  • Production of a regional report on energy efficiency trends in Latin America;
  • On-site user training (14 workshops);
  • Publication: https://biee-cepal.enerdata.net/.


Data Management

For the Center for Renewable Energies Sources:

  • Develop an for energy data processing and analysis system (Excel data template inspired by Odyssee), mainly energy consumption by sector, sub-sector and end-use and their drivers;
  • Data collection based on several surveys made by 2 specialised local survey companies;
  • Processing of survey results done by another specialised local company under the coordination of Enerdata;
  • Estimation of energy consumption by end-use for residential and tertiary and by type of vehicle for transport using the survey results and existing statistics based on a methodology developed by Enerdata for the project.


For the European Union, in cooperation with ADEME:

  • ENTRANZE project (Policies to Enforce the Transition to nearly Zero-Energy Buildings in the EU-27): actively support policy making by providing the required data, analysis and guidelines to achieve the fast and effective penetration of nearly Zero-Energy Buildings (nZEB) and renewable heating and cooling (RES-H/C) within the existing national building stocks;
  • The project intended to connect building experts from European research and academia to national decision makers and key stakeholders with a view to building ambitious and reality-proof policies and roadmaps;
  • Deliverables: database, online application;
  • Publications: Entranze Data Tool.


Climate Strategy / Policy Assessment

In cooperation with I4CE:

  • COPEC = Coordination of European Policies on Energy and CO2 with the EU-ETS;
  • Objective: Ex-post + ex-ante assessment of the EU-ETS including ongoing reform;
  • Stakeholders: French Ministry of Environment (DGEC), French Ministry of Treasury, EDF, Engie, Dalkia, Veolia, Total;
  • 5 thematic workshops;
  • Report and dissemination (COP21, Washington, papers).


For Arcelor Mittal involving the CNRS research centre and ADEME (France’s energy agency):

  • VALORCO project (Valorisation and reduction of CO2 emissions in the industry);
  • Large consortium project for ArcelorMittal under coordination of ADEME, strong focus on physico-chemical processes for CO2 reduction and reuse;
  • 6 POLES model custom scenarios designed and analysed by Enerdata.
  • Definition of 6 scenarios.


For the UK Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy:

  • Energy CO2 Business as Usual Emissions Projections and Marginal Abatement Cost Curve Data.
  • Key deliverables are:
    • Energy balances for BAU scenario (calibrated on WEO Current Policies Scenario);
    • Databases for 3 MACC sets (various carbon price paths);
    • Project report.


For a leading European Utility, since 2009:

  • Calibration of the POLES model with the clients’ assumptions, to generate long-term global energy scenarios assessing impacts of climate constraints on ROI and on the business. Close cooperation with the client. Yearly update of scenarios and analysis.


Market Analysis

For the African Development Bank:

  • Elaboration of Electricity Infrastructure Inv. Cost reference database for Africa:
    • Power generation (hydro, coal ST, gas GT+CC+ST+Engines), liquids (ST+Engines), wind, solar PV+CSP);
    • Electricity transmission;
    • Electricity distribution.
  • Detailed assessment of 20 infrastructure projects financed by the AfDB on the African continent: power generation; electricity transmission+distribution+rural development.
  • Recommendations for the AfDB to follow up and manage costs of its electricity infrastructure projects.



  • Objective: understanding the trends in electricity consumption in Europe and to highlight the role of the different drivers, especially the impacts of energy efficiency, of the economic crisis since 2009 and substitution.
  • Analysis was carried out at both EU and country level (for the five largest EU countries i.e. Germany, France, Italy, Spain and UK). It included historical analysis (based on Odyssee database) and prospective views (based on CEDF scenarios).


Investment / Risk Assessment

For a key Asian investment fund:

  • The fund was looking to acquire an oil storage facility in Europe.
  • Enerdata was hired to support the commercial due diligence analysis.


Energy Scenarios

For the French ministry of energy: demand scenarios leveraging the MedPro model, to stress the French energy transition policies.


For Iberdrola:

  • Objective: challenge the EC’s GHG40 Scenario from the Jan-2014 Impact Assessment to shape the company’s strategy;
  • Deliverable: 3 alternative POLES model scenarios (and associated analysis) with additional policies concerning energy efficiency and renewable energies;
  • Conducted comparison study of key indicators between the EC’s Impact Assessment scenarios and the Enerdata-Iberdrola scenarios;
  • Analysis of the implications of including energy efficiency and renewable energies policies on top of an emissions objective in 2030 in terms of total cost indicators;
  • For a leading European utility;
  • Custom POLE Scenario.