PROSPECTS is a sector-level, bottom-up Excel tool which uses decarbonisation relevant activity and intensity indicators to track and project overall and sectoral GHG emissions trends. A simplified tool derived from the CTI tools, PROSPECTS covers all emissions-generating sectors: electricity, heat, buildings, transport, various industrial sectors, waste, and agriculture. Users can construct their own emissions scenarios by adjusting policy-relevant indicators in this open-source, user-friendly tool.
If you would like to know more about the tool, please contact: Gustavo de Vivero or Anna Nilsson. This tool is part of the COMPASS-toolbox.
In a consortium with Climate Analytics and Ecofys, NewClimate Institute contributes to the Climate Action Tracker’s Scaling Up Climate Action country series. The first round of our analysis covers South Africa, the European Union, Indonesia, Turkey, Argentina, and Australia.
NewClimate Institute, as an implementing partner of GIZ, supports the Governments of Georgia and Mongolia with the further development of their climate policy planning.
Facilitating the global transformation towards climate-friendly and energy-efficient refrigeration and air conditioning (RAC) technologies by providing policy and technical guidance to six developing countries. Return to all expertise and projects NewClimate Institute in partnership with HEAT International supported the IKI funded Cool Contributions initiative led by the GIZ with the objective to advance the global… Read More
In a consortium with Climate Analytics and Ecofys, NewClimate Institute contributes to the “Climate Action Tracker” (CAT) Data Portal which is a database of decarbonisation indicators on sector- and country-level for over 30 countries.
Supporting Argentina, Indonesia, and Kenya with the implementation of their NDCs, through the analysis of impacts and benefits of various sector pathways. Return to all expertise and projects – A2A Phase I ran from 2016 to 2019 and was implemented by NewClimate Institute in partnership with the Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN) part… Read More