Trinomics wins Framework Agreement on Climate Action for European Investment Bank

Trinomics, as lead partner, in collaboration with Alterra Wageningen, Climatekos Ltd, Ecologic, Get2C and Tecnalia has been selected by the European Investment Bank for the Framework Agreement on the provision of consultancy services to the Projects Directorate in the area of climate action, to support the EIB’s Environment, Climate and Social Office (ECSO). The Projects…

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Economic impacts of shale gas in the Netherlands

Report: Economic Impacts of Shale Gas in the Netherlands – FINAL REPORT (2 MB) The rapid developments of shale gas particularly in North-America continue to stir up a lively debate about the pros and cons of shale gas worldwide, including in the Netherlands. Independent of the Dutch decision to allow for, or prohibit, exploratory drilling…

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Supporting Transparency International’s Latin American Chapters on Tracking Climate Finance

Trinomics has been commissioned a support contract by Transparencia Mexicana, part of Transparency International (TI), to support the Latin-American chapters of Transparency International in tracking climate finance. Specifically, the project team will assist TI’s Peru and Mexico Chapters in obtaining funds for the implementation of a regional platform to track climate finance geographically. The previous…

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Climate policy and competitiveness of four industrial sectors in the Netherlands

Report: Overkoepelende Analyse Sectorstudies (518 KB) Trinomics has conducted a study on the role of climate policies on the competitiveness position of four industrial sectors in the Netherlands: the chemical industry, the steel sector, the cement sector and the refinery sector. While production in regions outside the EU is growing and energy prices and resource…

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Measuring and reporting mobilised international private climate finance

Trinomics has been commissioned a support contract by the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) to track private sector climate finance that has been mobilised by the Netherlands through the use of public interventions and public finance instruments. In November 2010, the UN Secretary-General’s High-level Advisory Group on Climate Change Financing (AGF) published its assessment…

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