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GHG Emissions Reduction Toolbox

Proven prospective tools to shape up your energy and climate policies

 

C02 mitigation assessment

Leveraging Marginal Abatement Cost Curves from the globally recognised POLES model, Enerdata brings you three exclusive tools to assess GHG mitigation strategies: AERO (Abatement Effort, Reduction Options), Evaluate (Economic Valuation for Trading Emissions) and CMT (Carbon Market Tool).

Referenced by key international actors such as the World Bank, Danish Energy Agency and European Commission, these innovative models are proven to support decision makers in climate change negotiations as well as in analyzing future technological options and investments.

 

What technological options are bound to be developed and therefore worth investing in? What are the most effective technological options to promote? What will be the future efficiency of my climate mitigation policy? What will be my contribution in the global context? What are the future costs in addition to my investment and/or plant? How efficient will my future carbon market be?

 

Benefits

  • Access comprehensive models in a couple of clicks
  • Benchmark several key countries worldwide
  • Test diverse market-based policies
  • Assess INDCs at domestic and international levels
  • Simulate carbon markets
  • View future CO2 prices and trade

AERO: Abatement Effort, Reduction Options

 

Quantified evaluation of technological options beyond given reduction levels

 

Key Features

 

  • Tabular view of overall emission reduction by country, year and sector
  • Breakdown of technological options
  • Visual comparison between countries
  • A customisable and flexible model

 


EVALUATE: Economic Valuation for Trading Emissions

 

A fast and robust tool assessing costs and emission reductions of climate policies at global, national and sectoral levels

 

Key Features

  • Quantifying costs and emission reductions of INDC mitigation pledges by sectors
  • Dedicated tool for supporting decision makers in climate change negotiations
  • Robust and quantified pledge assessment for different set of sectoral policies:
    • Carbon markets (ETS): Domestic and international
    • Carbon tax
    • Regulation
    • International finance
  • Effort evaluation compared to 2°C gap
  • INDC implication
    • At country and sectorial levels
    • Optimal cost estimations
    • Carbon value
    • Global investment needs

CMT: Carbon Market Tool

 

Analysis of existing and future carbon markets worldwide

 

Key Features

 

  • Multiple market levels (e.g. international, ETS and non-ETS)
  • CO2-only or multi-GHG configuration
  • CDM credits, hot air, limitation of credits trading, ceilings on credit purchases, taxation of credits traded, etc.
  • Various time horizons (e.g. 2020, 2030, 2050)
  • Resulting carbon price per market
  • Total abatement / marginal abatement cost
  • Domestic and traded reductions
  • Outputs available for different countries, sectors, sub-sectors and years