Trinomics at Spanish energy poverty congress

Trinomics will be present during the first Catalan Congress on Energy Poverty. Jessica Yearwood, consultant  at Trinomics, will present the results of the project “Selecting Indicators to Measure Energy Poverty”, prepared for the European Commission’s DG Energy. The event will take place the 3rd and 4th of November at Fira Sabadell, Barcelona. For more information visit…

Transforming the EU power sector: avoiding a carbon lock-in

The European Environment Agency (EEA) has published the report on the low carbon transition in the power sector in the European Union. This report, prepared with support from Trinomics, provides a better understanding of the theoretical evolution of fossil fuel capacity by 2030 and how this would contrast with the qualitatively different EU power sector needed in order to achieve EU climate…

SCOT final conference on CO2 re-use

For the last three years, Trinomics has been part of the SCOT (Smart CO<sub>2</sub> Transformation) consortium, a collaborative European project in the area of CO<sub>2</sub> re-use. CO<sub>2</sub> re-use is a broad term that covers a variety of innovative industrial processes which use CO<sub>2</sub> from point source emitters (and in the future from direct air capture) as…

Report on Energy Poverty Indicators

Energy poverty is a raising policy issue across the EU. To understand the extent and depth of the problem of affordability of energy services better indicators are needed. Trinomics, together with UCL and SEVEn has carried out an assignment for DG Energy on “Selecting Indicators to Measure Energy Poverty”. The report recommends four key indicators to…

The Fossil Dilemma of Rotterdam


Report: Fossildilemma (2 MB)


Report: Fossildilemma (2 MB) Trinomics works for TNO on a series of policy briefing papers on Dutch energy policy. In this series, a new paper has been published: ‘The Fossil Dilemma of Rotterdam’ (in Dutch). The paper discusses the greening strategy of Rotterdam harbor, the largest fossil fuel hub of Northwestern Europe. Its present strategy…

BUILD UP Skills Newsletter

You are welcome to subscribe to our newsletters prepared for the BUILD UP Skills initiative to receive the latest updates on the topic of construction skills in the field of energy efficiency and renewable energy sources. These newsletters will be issued on a regular basis, i.e. every two months and will discuss the latest developments…

RECREATE policy brief published: Selling solar services as a contribution to a circular economy


Report: Recreate PB 2015 (3 MB)


Report: Recreate PB 2015 (3 MB) The FP7 Recreate project, in which Trinomics together with an international consortium is involved, has just published its first newsletter. The newsletter was written by Trinomics, based on a detailed case study produced by Wuppertal Institut. The theme of this newsletter is solar leasing, as one example of a…