The whole world is facing the climate challenge and is now engaging into decarbonisation, each country defining its own pathways to reach global targets. The energy transition relies on the commitment of global organisations, countries, and individuals to define and follow the steps to move in the common direction of emissions mitigation. The first NDCs (Nationally Determined Contributions defined at the 2015 Paris Agreement) aimed at a modest target of containing climate change to +3°C. The latest NDCs, published in 2020, do show progress, but achieving them would only represent 30 to 40% of what is needed to meet the 2050 2°C goal.
Enerdata has invested in analysing global energy markets in order to help public authorities build energy and climate policies while supporting industrial actors in adapting their business strategies.
This approach to understanding energy markets has been extended to analyse GHG emissions for government bodies to shape their energy/climate policies, and financial institutions and investors to redirect to green projects.
At local level, this expertise is completed with a deep understanding of energy drivers by sector, along with Enerdata’s capacity to support the design of energy efficiency policies and assess their impact on energy demand and CO2 emissions.
This know-how is accessible to our partners and customers through different offers and services:
Three core teams:
- Global Energy Forecasting
- Energy Efficiency and Demand
- Clean Tech
- How is the transition to less carbon-intensive transport progressing in Europe?
- The European emissions reduction objectives on the power market sector
- Nuclear Energy: Climate Solution or Inevitable Decline?
- Mind the gap: Aligning the 2030 EU climate and energy policy framework to meet long-term climate goals
- Global Energy Trends, 2018 edition. A step backward for the energy transition?
- Energy Transition Monitoring
- Costs and Benefits to EU Member States of 2030 Climate and Energy Targets
- Supply and demand data and intensities indicators delivery for the Renewables 2021 Global Status Report from REN21.
- Information delivery with POLES model, on the possible consequences of increasing GHG ambition in the range of 50% to 55% reductions by 2030 for the European Commission report “Stepping up Europe’s 2030 climate ambition”.
- Data and estimates delivery for the yearly publication “Dashboard of Energy Transition” by Engie.
- Data and short-term forecasts delivery for the study comparing G20 climate action and their responses to the Covid-19 crisis by Climate Transparency.
- Analysis of the EU energy-climate policies and recommendations to align them with Paris Agreement targets by I4CE