Energy Reports & Presentations
Enerdata, in collaboration with I4CE and IFPEN, has released a new report on the upcoming reform of the European Union Emission Trading Scheme (EU ETS). Implemented in 2005 as the first and largest international greenhouse gas emissions trading scheme in the world, the EU ETS is a major pillar of EU climate policy.
This analysis focuses on the differences between the INDCs commitments (Ener-Blue) and what would require a 2°C scenario (Ener-Green). There is also a specific focus on Asia, Africa and the European Union.
Enerdata just released its 2016 update of the EnerFuture World Energy Scenarios. Following the COP-21, this publication analyses the evolution of the energy markets: supply and demand of energy commodities, energy prices, as well as the impact of climate change and energy policies and their consequences for the energy industry.
Enerdata, in partnership with The Clean Energy Solutions Center, hosted a no-cost, webinar-based training on Energy Efficiency in Transport analysing the successes and failures.
The Enerdata research program - “COordination of EU Policies on Energy and C O 2 by 2030” (COPEC) was designed to provide trustful and independent quantified analysis of the functioning of the EU ETS. The program is focused on the economic impacts and examines the conditions for improving its environmental and economic effectiveness.
Enerdata, in partnership with Clean Energy Solutions Center, hosted a no-cost, webinar-based training on European Energy Efficiency initiatives to Boost Building Renovation.
Enerdata’s Global Energy Forecasting team contributed with POLES modelling of EU and global scenarios for the reports of two DGs of the European Commission (CLIMA and ENV) together with ICF (lead) and Cambridge Econometrics. Both reports published are:
- DG ENV: Macroeconomic impacts of shale gas extraction in the EU
- DG CLIMA: Mitigation of climate impacts of possible future shale gas extraction in the EU: available technologies, best practices and options for policy makers.
The final report from Enerdata’s Global Energy Forecasting department completed for the UK’s Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) has been published. The report, “Costs and benefits to EU member states of 2030 climate and energy targets: Enerdata report”, is based on energy scenarios to 2030 from the POLES-Enerdata model et provides a contribution to the policy debate on the EU 2030 framework for climate and energy policies.
The State of Global Energy Efficiency report provides an insightful and exhaustive analysis on the global and sectorial energy efficiency trends, the energy efficiency performance in power generation as well as an Industry focus by sector.
Enerdata published its annual analysis of energy demand of the G20 countries, based on its 2012 data.
Enerdata Global Energy Forecasting team designs energy scenarios for EDF. Based on some of these scenarios, Enerdata has jointly published with EDF an analysis on the interactions between oil market and CO2 prices. (Publication in French).
VLEEM and PACT have been coordinated by Enerdata and have been managed and supervised by from the European Commission for the realisation of the WETO-T report.
Based on its 2011 edition of its Global Energy Statistical Review, Enerdata releases its free online interactive application to analyse the world energy markets, with 2010 energy and co2 data by country and by world region.
Enerdata compares 2010 energy consumption between China and USA.
Key findings of the world energy demand in 2009 by Enerdata based its global energy database.
Based on its 2009 global energy industry data, Enerdata analyses the evolution of the energy demand in the G20.
Sustainable development, A challenge for European research.
Scenarios for transition towards a low-carbon world in 2050 : What’s at stake for heavy industries ?
Launched in 2004, the study Scenarios for transition towards a low-carbon world in 2050 : What’s at stake for heavy industries explores how major industrial sectors will be impacted by a carbon constraint stabilizing atmospheric CO2 concentration at 450 ppm.
How Europe could save gigawatts, billions of Euros and millions of tons of CO2.