• Renewable Heating and Cooling for Industrial Applications: Guidance for Carbon Accounting

    A significant amount of the final energy demand of the manufacturing industry is in providing heating and cooling to processes and buildings. Renewable heating and cooling (RHC) technologies are one way to reduce the greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions associated with the generation of this heating and cooling demand. Yet whereas carbon accounting rules for the use of renewable electricity are generall...
  • Optimising the design of renewable energy auctions

    Renewable electricity auctions have seen record low prices around the world, with latest results for solar and offshore wind energy coming from Saudi Arabia, India, Mexico, Germany, and the Netherlands. Why do auctions seem to be so effective in driving down costs – and what are the risks? In an article for Energy Post, Ana Amazo-Blanco and Silvana Tiedemann of Navigant, and Dr. Stephen Tay and M...
  • Ecofys, a Navigant company, supports German Ministry for the Environment in promoting climate action and cooperation in Southeast Europe

    Ecofys, a Navigant company, is leading a three-year project which aims to contribute to a strengthened European integration in climate action. With a particular focus on Southeast Europe, the project aims to promote a joint ambition in realising the Paris Agreement. Through a bi- and multilateral dialogue, the experts will help facilitate an exchange between national and regional governments, muni...
  • Methodology by Ecofys, a Navigant company, enables ROCKWOOL to calculate avoided emissions from their products

    Ecofys, a Navigant company, developed a new methodology together with ROCKWOOL, which allowed the stone wool manufacturer to identify the positive climate impact of their insulation products. In developing the avoided emissions methodology, the experts took into account geographical differences in sales, local insulation values, climatic differences and distribution temperatures. The ROCKWOOL Gro...

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