Models & Databases


Low Energy Demand study: LED

An exploratory research and resulting scenario about how far transformative changes on the energy end-use side can lead to. More

LSM2

A software tool to estimate the parameters of technological growth and substitution processes More

Primary, Final and Useful Energy Database (PFUDB)

A historical database of energy use by country or region, energy level, sector, energy carrier, and end-use type. More

ECDB

The Energy and Carbon Emissions Inventory Database (ECDB) compares major global inventories of primary energy use and carbon emissions. More

Representative Concentration Pathways Database

A database with scenarios from the integrated assessment community to expedite climate change assessments More

Scaling Dynamics of Energy Technologies

The SD-ET analysis provides a novel methodological framework of using observed historical patterns of technological change to test the plausibility of future scenarios of technological change to meet climate change mitigation goals. More



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PUBLICATIONS

Sridharan V, Broad O, Shivakumar A, Howells M, Boehlert B, Groves DG, Rogner H, Taliotis C, et al. (2019). Resilience of the Eastern African electricity sector to climate driven changes in hydropower generation. Nature Communications 10 (1) DOI:10.1038/s41467-018-08275-7.

Nangini C, Peregon An, Ciais P, Weddige U, Vogel F, Wang J, Bréon F-M, Bachra S, et al. (2019). A global dataset of CO2 emissions and ancillary data related to emissions for 343 cities. Scientific Data 6: e180280. DOI:10.1038/sdata.2018.280.

Korkovelos A, Mentis D, Siyal S, Arderne C, Rogner H, Bazilian M, Howells M, Beck H, et al. (2018). A Geospatial Assessment of Small-Scale Hydropower Potential in Sub-Saharan Africa. Energies 11 (11): p. 3100. DOI:10.3390/en11113100.

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