South East Europe 2050 Energy Model
Showing the way to a fairer, cleaner, more efficient energy system in South East Europe!
Call for Evidence: NOW CLOSED!
We would like to thank all of those who registered to view the data and especially those who provided us with inputs to help upgrade it. A report on the various inputs we have received will be available shortly. However, you can still view the BETA data by registering below, though, unfortunately, we can no longer accept inputs.
After 18 months, more than 500 consultations with key stakeholders and relevant experts in the region and a long process of data gathering, we have completed the Call for Evidence for the South East Europe 2050 Energy Model, covering 7 countries of South East Europe: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo*, Macedonia**, Montenegro and Serbia.
You can view data from all the countries of the region, in the form of Excel spread sheets and Power Point presentations that include historical trends, assumptions and ambition levels for different sectors (demand side: buildings, transport, cement, steel and aluminium and supply side: oil, gas and coal power, hydro power and other renewables). But, please keep in mind that some data sets will be changed when the Call for Evidence submissions have been processed and published.
We appreciate all the feedback we have received and welcome them as a step closer to the goal of having a better energy model with reliable and transparent data. More information is available in the fact sheet.
To access the data, please use the registration form below.
* According to the UN, Kosovo is “under the United Nations Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK)
established pursuant to Security Council Resolution 1244.”
** According to the UN, the official name for Macedonia is “The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia”.