Europe Power & Renewables Service
Independent insight to help you evolve alongside power markets.
Capture the impacts that technology, policy, regulation, and underlying fuel and emissions costs are having on electricity generation, demand and wholesale prices.
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Climate-energy policies, emerging technologies, changing gas, coal and carbon prices, and the growth of renewables continue to challenge grid operators, developers and utilities.
The Europe Power & Renewables Service will help you identify opportunities and guide developments to successfully evolve alongside the changing electricity sector. With our robust research, you‘ll have the ability to track the electricity market dynamics as they are today and plan your strategy to succeed in a decentralized, high-renewable, low-carbon power market.
Features at a glance
Make sense of the complex regional and national electricity markets with integrated analyses connecting gas, coal and carbon price with renewables and electric vehicle outlooks. A one-stop-shop for historical and forecast power data, is a platform that combines data and hourly dispatch modeling functionality, allowing users to benchmark forecast results against historical generation and pricing.
The associated Europe Power Tool enables users to work with our forecast results at a more granular level, charting data and tailoring reports to evaluate changes in the power supply mix, hourly prices, and long-term market trends. Access to this service includes:
- Long- and short-term analyses for major European power markets, including Germany, France, Great Britain, Italy, Spain and Portugal
- Supply, demand and price projections out to 2040
- Hourly wholesale power price forecasting by market
- Interconnection flows and congestion
- Granular modeling of 2000+ generating units
- New build capacity projections for renewables and conventional plants
- Detailed retirement analysis, including the enactment of coal and nuclear phase-out polices
8760 hours per year
Full chronological models
for capacity, volume and price