Analytica for Energy & Power
The energy industry is changing more rapidly than it has in many decades with the advent of new energy technologies and the start of our transition to a more sustainable World. Analytica is playing an important role in evaluating these technologies and policies comprehensively — in terms of economics, environment, and energy security.
With these changes come inevitable uncertainties in energy prices, technology costs, demand, and environmental impacts. Energy analysts are using Analytica’s integrated tools for uncertainty to help them quantify and manage these risks. Analytica is being used across the entire spectrum of energy, from power companies, oil & gas companies, small and large energy consultants, to universities, NGOs, and government.
The Future of Electricity in the US Pacific Northwest
See how the region plans to meet its aggressive carbon emission targets while ensuring that utilities can provide economic and reliable power.
ANAGRAM: Using Risk-Spend Efficiency to Help Gas Utilities Reduce the Risk of Leaks and Explosions
Learn about the decision-support web application named ANAGRAM – Analytica for Natural Gas Risk Analysis and Management.
Helping DOE Decide Which R&D Projects to Fund
See the rationale that is being used to prioritize which technologies and industries receive attention due to their abilities to have the largest impact on the reduction of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions for the US.
The future of coal in South Africa
The Coal Roadmap study used Analytica to model the coal value chain under several possible future scenarios to assess the impact on the economy and environment.
Helping Global Companies Purchase Electricity Sustainably
Most large organizations try to procure electricity from renewable sources to minimize greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. See how some are weighing their options.
From Controversy to Consensus: California’s Offshore Oil…
Offshore oil in California is highly controversial. But, Lumina’s decision model on decommissioning oil platforms led to consensus for “rigs to reefs”.
A Campus Microgrid with CHP
Is adding more photovoltaics to UCSD’s microgrid technically feasible and cost-effective? E3 Consulting created a dispatch optimization tool to evaluate this question.