Buildings account for a significant portion of Australia’s and most countries’ annual emissions, mainly due to the burning of gas for water and space heating, and for cooking.
Energeia was again engaged by Renew to develop and implement a whole-of-system modelling methodology.
The Senate established the Select Committee on Electric Vehicles to inquire into the use and manufacture of electric vehicles in Australia.
DISER’s report and accompanying methodology report summarises the key assumptions and outputs of Energeia’s emissions modelling for the transport sector.
The South Australian Department of Energy and Mining (DEM) released their Electric Vehicle Action Plan.
A state government engaged Energeia’s consulting services to conduct data analysis on the sales impact of current and future Zero Emissions Vehicles (ZEVs) purchase rebates.
Through extensive modeLling and utiliSation of Energeia’s agent-based uSim software, our team was able to provide Western Power with a 20-year forecast in 30-minute interval periods detailing distributed energy resources, energy efficiency, demand response, power demand, network constraints, and more.
As part of the innovative Project EDGE, Energeia supported the development of a consumer-focused cost benefit analysis (CBA) exploring various scenarios of distributed energy resource (DER) integration into the National Electricity Market (NEM).
Energeia’s intelligence and data services were engaged by TransGrid (New South Wales’ largest Transmission Network Service Provider) to develop robust and scenario-driven forecasts of EV uptake, energy consumption, and load profile impacts for their annual planning report.
Energeia’s consulting services were contracted by the Electric Vehicle Council (EVC) to develop stock-and-turnover modeling of the Australian road fleet to demonstrate the impact of a fuel efficiency policy.