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Findings of AMPERE project
A total of 17 energy-economy and integrated assessment models were used in the project to compare differences and commonalities in the resul...
Global Energy Efficiency Trends 2013 - ABB
The State of Global Energy Efficiency report provides an insightful and exhaustive analysis on the global and sectorial energy efficiency tr...
Enerdata draws lessons from the global energy balance in 2012
Enerdata published its annual analysis of energy demand of the G20 countries, based on its 2012 data.
Sluggish growth of World energy demand in 2011
Sharp demand decrease in most OECD countries, largely compensated by a healthy Chinese market.
Interactions between CO2 prices and the oil market
Enerdata Global Energy Forecasting team designs energy scenarios for EDF. Based on some of these scenarios, Enerdata has jointly published w...
Energies 2050 Report
The Enerdata Global Energy Forecasting team designed four scenarios for the French Government’s " Energies 2050 " Roadmap.
Fukushima the aftermath
The Japanese power consumption has significantly decreased to adapt to a fading nuclear activity.
World and European Energy and Environment Transition Outlook Weto-T
VLEEM and PACT have been coordinated by Enerdata and have been managed and supervised by from the European Commission for the realisation of...
Long-term Energy Scenarios - EnerFuture
Enerdata discloses its new mid to long-term projections powered by the POLES model to assist analysts in assessing the key drivers that impa...
2011 edition of Global Energy Statistical Yearbook: CO2 emissions at highest level ever
Based on its 2011 edition of its Global Energy Statistical Review, Enerdata releases its free online interactive application to analyse the ...
World energy use in 2010: over 5% growth
Energy markets have combined crisis recovery and strong industry dynamism.
Global Energy Efficiency Trends 2011
An analysis of industry and utilities. Researched and written by Enerdata and the Economist Intelligence Unit.