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With energy and climate markets and technologies continuously changing, profound knowledge is key to all decision making. Ecofys supports authorities and corporate organisations alike in meeting the energy and climate challenge of the 21st century. The strategic studies, reports or market assessments we conduct provide valuable and reliable information on the latest developments and anticipated trends.

In this section you will find an overview of reports that are published or (co)written by Ecofys.

  • Three propositions for a 2015 international climate agreement

    Draft paper

    The Agreement on Climate Transformation 2015 (ACT 2015) consortium is a group of leading climate experts from developing and developed countries that have come together...

  • Mind the Science

    Science-based methodology to set 2°C GHG emissions targets for companies

    This draft executive summary describes a target-setting methodology for companies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in line with the latest scientific scenario that would limit global temperature rise to 2°C. The methodology presented here is part...

  • EU Ecodesign and Energy/Tyre Labelling Legislation

    Impacts on Third Jurisdictions

    This report presents the findings of an investigation into equipment energy efficiency policy measures, specifically Minimum Energy Performance Standards (MEPS) and energy labels, in countries outside the EU. It establishes the degree to which the corresponding...

  • Primary Energy Demand of Renewable Energy Carriers

    Part 2: Policy Implications

    In setting energy and climate targets, a number of EU directives and regulations refer to implementation of primary energy factors (PEF). The use of primary energy factors has impact on long term energy policy scenarios and energy generation investments....

  • Green Growth in Practice

    Lessons from Country Experiences

    Green growth is a relatively young field of public policy practice. The Green Growth Best Practice (GGBP) initiative was set up to accelerate learning and to inform design of green growth programs, by undertaking an analysis of early experiences. For this...

  • A dynamic allocation model for the EU Emissions Trading System


    In order to structurally improve the functioning of the EU Emissions Trading System (ETS), an enhanced system of free allocation of emission allowances is proposed, called ‘dynamic allocation’.

    Dynamic allocation couples the free allocation...

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