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.

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  • Marine Biodiversity

    And the Development of a North Sea Offshore Powerhouse An ecosystem-based spatial planning approach for a potential North Sea energy infrastructure could contribute to the effective management of marine activities and the sustainable use and development o
  • Concept for SF6-free transmission and distribution of energy

    In 2020, the European Commission will review the regulatory framework for specific substances (F-gases) in electrical equipment. Currently, the F-gas sulfur hexafluoride (SF6) is of central importance
  • Energy transition within 1.5°C

    A disruptive approach to 100% decarbonisation of the global energy system by 2050 Decarbonisation of the global energy system is one of the big challenges society faces today. The Paris Agreement, adopted in 2015, states that efforts should be pursued to limit the temperature incre
  • The socio-political merit order

    Developing energy strategies that can be rapidly deployed Today, almost all energy modelling is based on least-cost optimisation. While least-cost modelling limits the burden to financial resources, it also limits itself to a certain set of solutions and tec
  • Integrating Variable Renewables in Poland

    The Polish electricity system is on the verge of major changes. Modernisation efforts regarding grid infrastructure and the retirement of parts of the largely coal-based generation fleet will open opp
  • Translate COP21

    2045 outlook and implications for offshore wind in the North Seas In December 2015, at the Paris Climate Change Conference (COP21), 195 countries adopted the first-ever universal, legally binding global climate agreement to put the world on track to avoid climate ch