energy and greenhouse gas scenarios
Energy and greenhouse gas scenarios
e-think conducts energy modelling with the goal of deriving scenarios for energy supply and demand as well as GHG emission under the condition of specific energy policy strategies implemented. Our analyses cover technical “Bottom-Up” as well as econometric top-down approaches. Research priorities focus on developing cost-efficient measures stabilising climate change. In this connection social, ecological as well as economic effects of national (e.g. introduction of energy taxes, standards, promotion programmes, etc.) and international instruments (like Emission Trading, Joint Implementation or the Clean Development Mechanism) are evaluated.
Energy Scenarios 2050: Heating demand of small scale consumers 2017
HotMaps – Heating and Cooling: Open Source Tool for Mapping and Planning of Energy Systems
Renewables Energies versus Nuclear Power – Comparing Financial Support
Energy Scenarios 2050: Heating demand of small scale consumers 2015