Publications

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.

  • Carbon Pricing Watch 2016

    25/05/2016
    An advance brief from the State and Trends of Carbon Pricing 2016 report 2015 has underscored the growing momentum for countries to voluntarily embrace carbon pricing to mitigate climate change. The climate conference in Paris saw the launch of the Carbon Pricing Leadershi
  • Energy Efficiency Watch III: 28 country reports on EU progress

    24/05/2016
    This research from the Energy Efficiency Watch 3 project informs on the progress of EU Member States with regards to energy efficiency policies. It highlights that the
  • More product benchmarks in the EU ETS

    18/05/2016
    A feasibility study Since the start of the third trading phase of the EU ETS, the free allocation of emission allowances takes place using a combination of approaches: product benchmarks and three fall-back approaches (a
  • Annual NAMA Status Report

    17/05/2016
    Mid-year Update 2016 This Status Report on NAMAs Mid-year Update 2016 is the first update since the 2015 “climate year” came to a close. At COP21 in Paris, 194 countries adopted a new climate agreement which m
  • Pathways from Paris

    28/04/2016
    Assessing the INDC opportunity At COP21 in Paris, 195 countries agreed to limit global warming to well below 2ºC and pursue efforts to limit it to 1.5ºC. In advance, the participating countries submitted plans to reduce t
  • Action towards a low-carbon economy

    21/04/2016
    Corporate strategies on climate change mitigation and adaptation The COP21 agreement marks a turning point in international efforts to mitigate climate change. Expectations on governments to deliver are high. But what about businesses? Is there a business case for

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