The largest power generation companies (GenCos) in the world have a tremendous impact on climate change. Indeed, plans to diversify the mix significantly modify the share of carbon-free energy in the final electricity consumption. Those strategies (and implementation) are key levers to meet the Paris Agreement targets.
This said, what actual changes have occurred since 2015 for main players?
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Turkey is expected to spend TRY100bn (€6.5bn) on energy bills for its citizens in 2022, providing 50% support for natural gas and 25% support for electricity. More than 2.1 million households will get electricity consumption assistance up to 150 kWh. In 2021, Turkey spent...
Happy New Year 2022!
2021 has been another year of changes and surprises, with remaining questions for the near future…
At Enerdata, it was a special year with the 30th anniversary of the company!
We continued to invest in skills, offers and resources, and we enjoyed many developments and successes in 2021!
Thank you for your cooperation. We wish you all the best for 2022!
Pascal CHARRIAU – CEO
Grenoble Alpes Métropole has selected Enerdata to support the definition of its decarbonisation strategy until January 2023 to model the impacts of the policies resulting from the convention's reflections and those of the elected officials, and to define coherent options with a goal of carbon neutrality by 2050.
Two-thirds of buildings are dedicated to residential use, representing 43% of final energy consumption in the EU. The latter decreased between 2000 and 2019 due to various drivers among which energy efficiency although its growth has been slower since 2014.
How can this slowdown be explained?
To define investments, territorial planning and energy security, public authorities and private companies need to thoroughly forecast energy demand. In the transport sector alone, there have been some game changers, but how considering this evolutions in the forecasting?
In the framework of the ODYSSEE-MURE project, funded by the European Commission, Enerdata held a webinar to present the evaluation and comparison of the recent evolution and progress of Energy efficiency in the EU. To build this presentation, our experts leveraged the Odyssee database and analysed the current trends to estimate the 2020 data.
Together with its partners Compass Lexecon and Solagro, Enerdata has been developing energy prices projections up to 2050 to support SNCF in defining its decarbonisation strategy.
This study covers all main energies but also new key drivers for projections: oil products, natural gas, bioenergy, electricity and hydrogen.
The study covers global oil and gas markets, European power market and France for bioenergy.
It also focuses on energy prices for end-users, with a breakdown of all components including taxation. One...
This analyst brief specially focuses on Liquid Organic Hydrogen Carriers.
The growing energy needs and the climate challenge call for a massive development of renewable energy sources. At this point, large scale electricity storage solutions hardly handle this growing renewable energy fluctuation. This is the reason why new technologies need to be explored, and hydrogen is foreseen as a promising vector for storing electrical energy...
In partnership with the International Energy Agency, Enerdata will produce and analyse energy and emissions scenarios on the Horn of Africa region until 2030, to support decision-makers in the impact assessment of additional energy policies in the region.
The focus will be on the Intergovernmental Authority on Development countries (Djibouti, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Kenya, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan and Uganda), facing limited access to energy and many socio-economic and climatic challenges.
Hydrogen is proving to be a major component of the energy transition and is foreseen as one of the pillars for key energy systems’ decarbonisation. Not only it can be produced from renewable energy sources to fuel the transport and the industry sectors, but also it can be used as a power storage solution.
AFREC is a pan-African organisation that supports the continent's energy policies. As such, it wished to have a reliable and complete statistical system, in line with international energy accounting standards. To this end, Enerdata is working with AFREC to design, develop and maintain an EIS (energy information system) and to train African statisticians in national energy accounting as well as in data visualisation (dataviz) through customised dashboards (business intelligence).
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Database covering the main hydrogen manufacturers, with specific details on each of them: ID card, technologies, subsystems & systems and more. Provides a deep understanding of the worldwide supply chain of H2 technology providers, and their related figures.
EnerDemand provides a unique selection of data to monitor energy efficiency trends and access detailed information for the world’s most energy-consuming countries.
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The 20-year-old project Odyssee is supported by the European Commission and coordinated by the French Environment and Energy Management Agency (ADEME). This database contains energy consumption drivers, efficiency and CO2 related indicators by sector from 1990 until 2018 for the 27 EU members plus Norway, Serbia, Switzerland and United Kingdom. Enerdata manages the online database providing easy-to-use data query software that permits advanced analysis.
110+ insightful and comprehensive country reports covering policy/regulatory, market structure, players, supply and demand, prices, infrastructure and prospects. Includes visual graphs and easy-to-read tables. Easy country benchmark, content search engine and custom report generation.
This innovative service is dedicated to future energy consumption by sector, drilling down to end uses and industrial branches. Enerdata’s Country Energy Demand Forecast offers a powerful modelling platform that is delivered on a simple web interface.
The LNG database gives detailed and up-to-date information of liquefaction, regasification facilities and LNG carriers for North and South America, Asia or EMEA. Reports identify key gas companies through their shareholdings in processing plants, highlight major projects in new gas producing and importing countries and project future LNG market developments by LNG zone, location, facility name and type.
This powerful intelligence tool allows you to screen, monitor and analyse power generation asset development. Power Plant Tracker gives you an in-depth understanding of the future of the power generation mix, so you can assess the industry drivers and identify companies’ asset portfolios.
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