Our Global Energy Trends 2021 publication offers an in-depth analysis of consolidated 2020 energy and emissions statistics with 2021 estimates. What impact did Covid-19 have on energy and CO2 emissions and which structural changes are forecast, caused or exacerbated by the pandemic? Which consequences will this have on 2030 and 2050 energy and climate targets?
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Malaysia aims to reach 31% of renewables in its installed capacity by 2025 and 40% by 2035. The installed renewable capacity (including hydropower) is expected to more than double, from nearly 8 GW in 2020 (around 20% of the installed capacity) to 18 GW by 2035.
The global demand for batteries will increase tenfold by 2030 compared to 2020, driven by the growing needs of electromobility. While it was long thought that the main catalyst for electromobility would be the inevitable depletion of oil resources, global warming is actually the main driver of this transition. Outside the mobility sector, demand for batteries is also expected to grow substantially over the next decade in the currently marginal electricity storage market.
Developing countries contribute to a growing share of global GHG emissions and have been playing an active role in the publication of NDCs and revised ambitions.
What are their main issues and perspectives for the COP26? What are their main contributions in terms of climate change mitigation? What specific challenges do they face?
At the end of 2020, in order to concretely show Enerdata's commitment to society during a very difficult time, Management decided to donate €10,000 to associations and charities. In March 2021, a call for applications supported by the company's employees was organised in order to select projects and/or associations meeting certain eligibility criteria.
Our global energy forecasts service was implemented with the new following updates:
All EnerFuture scenarios are now taking in account Covid-19 impacts through a dedicated 5-year projection tool. In addition to this, Hydrogen consumption data are made available for each final demand sector.
Enerdata is currently working with ADEME's (the ecological transition agency) Transport and Mobility Department to develop a new tool for modelling energy consumption and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in the transport sector in France up to 2060.
Ultimately, the tool will cover all transport (passenger and freight transport, domestic and international) with a detailed representation of the energy consumption and GHG emissions of the various modes of transport, types of vehicle and...
The scenario evaluation study will support the International Energy Agency in developing two energy and emissions scenarios for the Sahel region until 2030. The study will focus on Senegal and the G5 Sahel (Mauritania, Mali, Burkina Faso, Niger and Chad), countries facing numerous socioeconomic challenges, including very limited access to energy, and in particular electricity, despite large resources for clean energy. Two scenarios will be provided: a Stated Policies Scenario and a ...
After studies performed in 2018 and 2020, the Directorate-General for Energy of the European Commission has awarded a new contract to Enerdata and its partner Trinomics to continue the monitoring of energy subsidies in the EU27. The outcomes of this study are essential because the European Commission intends to use them in their reports on energy subsidies and specifically fossil fuel subsidies to comply with governance requirements.
This year is cause for celebration at Enerdata, as we can look back at 30 years of energy insights. And look forward to many more years of analysis and consulting on energy and climate issues!
To celebrate this milestone in a social-distancing approved manner, the whole team headed to the mountains surrounding our headquarters for a half-day of fun (and competition) in the snow.
Enerdata and Compass Lexecon have leveraged their European Power Markets Outlook Service in this detailed presentation, which includes an overview of the latest energy policies in Europe, focuses on the EU ETS, the increased renewables penetration in the power systems, the role of electricity in the decarbonisation, and an analysis of the latest annual EU countries power price forecasts to 2050.
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Enerdata publishes now its 2020 Yearbook – a free online application providing up-to-date energy statistics, visual maps and graphs on a user-friendly online platform. Get unlimited access to premium annual data on supply, demand and trade for oil, gas, coal and electricity markets up to 2019. Covering 40 countries through a unique multi-energy approach, Enerdata’s Yearbook is a unique introduction to a full suite of interactive information services dedicated to the energy industry.
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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 to assess the industry drivers and identify companies’ asset portfolios.
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