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  • Solutions for a climate-friendly air-conditioning of server rooms and data centres in Germany

    16/02/2017
    The energy consumption of data centres and server rooms could be drastically reduced through intelligent air-conditioning concepts. In a research project by order of the German Federal Environment Agency, Ecofys has investigated the use of natural refrigerants for the air-conditioning of server rooms and data centres. In comparison to “conventional” air-conditioning solutions of new data centres,...
  • Guide to the multilateral climate finance landscape of NAMAs

    10/02/2017
    A new guide provides insights on how to access public and private climate finance resources. In the research paper for Mitigation Momentum, Ecofys has investigated the landscape of multilateral climate finance for Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions (NAMAs). The paper seeks to enlighten government representatives and project developers on the available multilateral funding options for NAMAs ...
  • Ecofys joins Carbon Pricing Leadership Coalition

    06/02/2017
    Ecofys has joined the Carbon Pricing Leadership Coalition (CPLC). As one of the thought leaders in carbon pricing, Ecofys will support the coalition with insights to expand its evidence base for the most effective carbon pricing systems and policies. The Carbon Pricing Leadership Coalition is a voluntary partnership of national and sub-national governments, businesses, and civil society organisat...
  • Carbon risks of the German economy and stress-test of the German financial sector

    02/02/2017
    The transition to a low carbon economy poses risks to the financial sector. In 2015, the G20 already questioned whether investments in fossil-fuel-dependent infrastructure could lead to global financial risks – the so called 'carbon bubble'. As G20 president, the German government by means of the German Environment Agency (UBA) has commissioned a consortium of Ecofys, University of Oxford (Smith S...

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