Efficiency and emissions: Prospective scenarios for the aluminium industry in the EU and Iceland

Client: European Commission – JRC Institute for Energy and Transport (JRC-IET) Implementation period: 2013 – 2014 (Completed) Geographic coverage: European Union Theme:  Climate Change, Energy Topic: Energy Policy, Climate Change Mitigation, Climate Change Policy and Strategy Experts:  Stephan Slingerland, Koen Rademaekers What does the European aluminium industry look like towards 2050? This project performed an in-depth analysis of the…

Strengthening Adaptation and Resilience to Climate Change in Kenya- Plus (StARCK+)

Client: UK Department of International Development (DFID) Implementation period: 2013 – 2016 (Completed) Geographic coverage: Kenya Theme:  Climate Change Topic: Climate Finance, Climate Change Adaptation and Resilience Experts:  Jeroen van der Laan Trinomics provided technical support to the StARCK+ programme by designing the Finance for Innovation and Climate Change Fund (FICCF) Our project team supported the development the design…

Lowering Cities’ Carbon Emissions – Examining New Climate Finance Options

Client: World Bank Implementation period: 2013 – 2013 (Completed) Geographic coverage: Global Theme:  Climate Change Topic: Climate Finance, Climate Change Mitigation Experts:  Jeroen van der Laan How can climate finance be mobilised to support climate mitigation actions in cities all around the world? Cities are demonstrating leadership on climate change action and an increasing number are adopting voluntary mitigation…

Evaluation of the Climate Finance Integrity Programme (CFIP)

Client: Transparency International (TI) Implementation period: 2013 – 2013 (Completed) Geographic coverage: Global Theme:  Climate Change Topic: Climate Finance, Climate Change Adaptation and Resilience, Climate Change Mitigation Experts:  Hans Bolscher, Rob Williams, Jeroen van der Laan Did Transparency International succeed in promoting accountability in climate finance in developing countries? The aim of this assignment was to carry out an…

Inventory of revolving funds for energy & climate change

Client: Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment (IenM) Implementation period: 2013 – 2013 (Completed) Geographic coverage: The Netherlands Theme:  Energy Topic: Energy Policy Experts:  How did revolving funds for energy and climate evolve in recent years? In the summer of 2012, the Dutch agency AgentschapNL did an inventory of the existing revolving funds for energy and climate change,…

Climate change impacts affecting Europe from the outside

Client: European Environment Agency (EEA) Implementation period: 2015 – 2015 (Completed) Geographic coverage: Europe, Global Theme:  Climate Change Topic: Climate Change Adaptation and Resilience Experts:  Lisa Eichler Why should Europe care about climate change impacts happening elsewhere in the world? The project contributed a chapter for the European Environment Agency’s 2016 publication on ‘Climate Change, Impacts and Vulnerability’ by…

Green infrastructure and flood management

Client: European Environment Agency (EEA) Implementation period: 2015 – 2016 (Completed) Geographic coverage: Belgium, Europe, France, Germany, Poland Theme:  Climate Change, Environment Topic: Climate Change Adaptation and Resilience, Biodiversity & Natural Capital Experts:  Lisa Eichler, Private: Jurgen Vermeulen Will Green Infrastructure (GI) be able to protect us from flooding? The project focused on the potential for implementing GI in…

EU energy governance for the future

Client: European Parliament – Committee on Industry, Research and Energy (ITRE) Implementation period: 2014 – 2014 (Completed) Geographic coverage: European Union Theme:  Climate Change, Energy Topic: Energy Policy, Climate Change Policy and Strategy Experts:  Stephan Slingerland, Jessica Yearwood Travezán, Koen Rademaekers How does EU energy governance perform in terms of transparency, accountability, effectiveness and coherence? The main objective of…

Scaling up climate finance in 2014 and beyond

Client: European Commission – DG Climate Action Implementation period: 2014 – 2014 (Completed) Geographic coverage: Chile, Ecuador, European Union, India, South Africa, Vietnam Theme:  Climate Change Topic: Climate Finance Experts:  Jessica Yearwood Travezán, Jeroen van der Laan How can meaningful mitigation actions receive financing? The overarching objective of this assignment, led by Ricardo-AEA, was to carry out a detailed…

Competitiveness of low-carbon energy technologies

Client: European Commission – DG Climate Action Implementation period: 2013 – 2014 (Completed) Geographic coverage: European Union Theme:  Climate Change Topic: Climate Change Mitigation Experts:  Jessica Yearwood Travezán, Koen Rademaekers Assessment of examples of cooperative production, financing and use of low carbon technologies Ambitious climate action can revitalise local communities, create new business opportunities and pull innovation through into…