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.

  • Crediting-Related Activities under the PMR

    Status and Support for Implementation By issuing transferable credits for verified emissions reductions, crediting instruments can enable wider participation and greater cost-effectiveness in achieving mitigation goals. A number of develo
  • Analysis of the Role Carbon Markets Can Play for Climate Finance

    From Today to 2020 and Beyond Financial support for developing countries is a core issue under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). Industrialised countries strongly emphasise the potential role of c
  • Aligning corporate greenhouse-gas emissions targets with climate goals

    Corporate climate action is considered increasingly important in driving the transition towards a low-carbon economy. For this, it is critical to ensure translation of global goals to greenhouse-gas (
  • Benefits of a Green Economy Transformation in Sub-Saharan Africa

    Green growth and the green economy have emerged as central concepts to address our urgent need for more sustainable economic development pathways. Pursuing a green economy transformation is particu&sh
  • Climate commitments of subnational actors and business

    A quantitative assessment of their emission reduction impact Non-state climate initiatives is the name given to the set of initiatives that are driven by other actors than central governments: cities, regions, companies, NGOs, etc. Such non-state initiatives ar
  • One Planet Thinking

    Towards companies that perform within the earth’s regenerative capacity An increasing number of companies set targets to lower the impact of their activities on the environment, but do not inform whether they perform within the limits of the earth’s regenerative cap

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