DATASET

JRC-IDEES 2015

Collection: JRC-IDEES : The JRC Integrated Database of the European Energy System  

Description

The JRC "Integrated Database of the European Energy System" (JRC-IDEES) is a one-stop data-box that incorporates in a single database all information necessary for a deep understanding of the dynamics of the European energy system, so as to better analyse the past and to create a robust basis for future policy assessments. JRC-IDEES offers a consistent set of disaggregated energy-economy-environment data, compliant with the EUROSTAT energy balances, as well as widely acknowledged data on existing technologies. It provides a plausible decomposition of energy consumption, allocating it to specific processes and end-uses. Throughout all sectors it quantifies in a vintage-specific manner the characteristics of the energy (and non-energy related) equipment in use, along with the stock's average operation, identifies different drivers and provides insights on their role by sector, fully acknowledging structural differences across countries. An iterative consultation process aims at further improving the data reliability. By making JRC-IDEES publicly available and revise it periodically in order to address experts' and stakeholders' comments, it can become a cost-free common reference point for energy futures assessments, thereby also avoiding redundant work. JRC-IDEES is developed and maintained by the European Commission's Joint Research Centre

Contact

Email
jrc-c6-jrc-idees (at) ec.europa.eu

Contributors

  • Leonidas Mantzos
  • Nicoleta Anca Matei
  • Eamonn Mulholland
  • Máté Rózsai
  • Marie Tamba
  • Tobias Wiesenthal

How to cite

Mantzos, Leonidas; Matei, Nicoleta Anca; Mulholland, Eamonn; Rózsai, Máté; Tamba, Marie; Wiesenthal, Tobias (2018): JRC-IDEES 2015. European Commission, Joint Research Centre (JRC) [Dataset] doi: 10.2905/JRC-10110-10001 PID: http://data.europa.eu/89h/jrc-10110-10001

Keywords

Emissions Energy Consumption Industry Power Generation Energy System Residential Services Transport Energy Balances Renewable Energy

Data access

JRC-IDEES 2015
URL 
  • The JRC-IDEES 2015 database is made available through the JRC Big Data Platform (JEODPP).

JRC-IDEES Presentations
URL 
  • Presentations relevant to the JRC-IDEES database.

Publications

Publication
JRC-IDEES: Integrated Database of the European Energy Sector: Methodological note
Mantzos, L., Wiesenthal, T., Matei, N., Tchung-Ming, S., Rózsai, M., Russ, H. and Soria Ramirez, A., JRC-IDEES: Integrated Database of the European Energy Sector: Methodological note , EUR 28773 EN, Publications Office of the European Union, Luxembourg, 2017, ISBN 978-92-79-73465-6, doi:10.2760/182725, JRC108244.
  • Publications Office of the European Union, Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Publication page 
  • Abstract

    The "Integrated Database of the European Energy Sector" (JRC-IDEES) is a one-stop data-box that incorporates in a single database all information necessary for a deep understanding of the dynamics of the European energy system, so as to better analyse the past and to create a robust basis for future policy assessments. JRC-IDEES offers a consistent set of disaggregated energy-economy-environment data, compliant with the EUROSTAT energy balances, as well as widely acknowledged data on existing technologies. It provides a plausible decomposition of energy consumption, allocating it to specific processes and end-uses. Throughout all sectors it quantifies in a vintage-specific manner the characteristics of the energy (and non-energy related) equipment in use, along with the stock's average operation, identifies different drivers and provides insights on their role by sector, fully acknowledging structural differences across countries. The complete output of JRC-IDEES is accessible to the general public, facilitating its use further by offering an inter-active visualisation tool. An iterative consultation process aims at further improving the data reliability. By making JRC-IDEES publicly available and revise it periodically in order to address experts' and stakeholders' comments, it can become a cost-free common reference point for energy futures assessments, thereby also avoiding redundant work. JRC-IDEES is developed and maintained by the European Commission's Joint Research Centre.

Geographic areas

European Union

Temporal coverage

From date To date
2000-01-01 2015-12-31

Additional information

Published by
European Commission, Joint Research Centre
Created date
2018-12-14
Modified date
2020-12-01
Issued date
2018-06-30
Landing page
https://ec.europa.eu/jrc/en/potencia/jrc-idees 
Language(s)
English
Data theme(s)
Energy, Science and technology
Update frequency
annual
Identifier
http://data.europa.eu/89h/jrc-10110-10001
Popularity