DEEDS’ knowledge base constitutes of two components: the scenario explorer and the technology database and intends to reach out to a broader audience and academia who could deliver deep and rapid reductions in emissions. This may help stakeholders to access detailed information about expected European emission limits, technology markets and energy prices, to develop strategies and understand the market potential for technologies consistent with decarbonisation pathways.
DEEDS' knowledge base constitutes the quantitative backbone on which the different activities of this project can rely. Beyond the direct relevance for the projects’ activities, the HLP and the DG R&I, the knowledge base intends to reach out to the academia and the broader audience interested in European decarbonisation pathways and key technologies that could deliver deep and rapid reductions in emissions.
The knowledge base may help stakeholders from industry, policy-making and society to access detailed information about expected European emission limits, technology markets and energy prices, to develop long-term strategies based on this information, and understand the market potential for technologies consistent with decarbonisation pathways.
The knowledge base consists of two components: the scenario explorer and the technology database. The document presents both databases, shows the various applications of the tools and how to withdraw useful information from them.
The technology database consists of the following sub-sectors:
To access the full set of databases, please click here.
This article is an output of the EU-funded DEEDS project.
DEEDSThe Dialogue on European Decarbonisation Strategies (DEEDS) delivers state of the art knowledge on decarbonisation pathways and facilitates knowledge co-creation with policy, business representatives, scientists, NGO’s and other stakeholders. The DEEDS project creates a network of leading scientists and a knowledge base of relevant research projects related to European decarbonisation pathways. The project organizes a dialogue for co-creation of knowledge and policies with representatives from science, policy, industry and civil society.
- Project title: “Dialogue on European Decarbonisation Strategies” (DEEDS)
- Funding scheme: European Union Horizon 2020 Programme (EU H2020)
- Duration: 3 years (1 October 2017 – 30 September 2020)
- Project coordinator: TNO, The Hague, the Netherlands
- Project website: www.deeds.eu