NewClimate Institute develops and applies online and spreadsheet-based tools to support analysis on climate and development. These tools are a result of in-depth scientific research and many NewClimate publications build on them. Browse our library and contact us if you want to know more about any of the tools.
Climate Opportunity Dashboard - The Climate Opportunity 2030 dashboard provides an interface to interactively compare scenarios for different co-benefits of climate action.
SCAN tool - The SDG Climate Action Nexus tool (SCAN-tool) provides high-level guidance on how climate mitigation actions can impact the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
EIM-ES (Economic Impact Model for Electricity Supply) - The EIM-ES quantifies country-level employment and wider economic impacts of different future scenarios for the development of capacity and generation in the electricity sector
AIRPOLIM-ES (Air Pollution Impact Model for Electricity Supply) - The health impact model uses an accessible methodology for quantifying the health impacts of air pollution from different sources of electricity generation and other fuel combustion
PROSPECTS+ - 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.
Policy impact assessment tool (EV) - This shell tool allows the user to project the impact of electric vehicle (EV) policies based on an s-curve modelling logic.
Policy impact assessment tool (RE) - This shell tool allows the user to project the impact of variable renewable energy (VRE) policies based on a s-curve modelling logic.
Investment Gap Tool - The Investment Gap Tool is an Excel tool that calculates historical investments and future investment needs in electricity generation capacity on a country basis.
Carbon offset credit supply potential tools - A series of database tools to quantify the potential supply of offset credits from leading programmes under a range of scenarios.