Energy Transition Model

The Energy Transition Model is an independent, comprehensive and fact-based energy model that is used by governments, corporations, NGOs and educators in various countries. It is backed by more than twenty partners.




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The ETM helps you explore future energy scenarios for a region of your choice. The model is easy to use.

  1. Before you start, think about the goal of your scenario, then you know what to focus on.
  2. The menu on the left displays all sectors that either use (Demand) or produce energy (Supply). For each sector you can use sliders to indicate what you think the future will be like. You can easily undo your changes by resetting your slider, so just play around! For example you can start with space heating in households or explore transport and mobility.
  3. Optional: Advanced users can use the Flexibility section to match demand and supply and the Costs section for cost assumptions.
  4. You can test your ideas by taking a look at the scenario report under the header 'Results'. You can always return to a certain part of the model to make more changes.
  5. You can share your scenario with others by saving your scenario: go to 'Settings -> Save scenario' (top right).
    Please note: The ETM is updated periodically. Save your scenario to ensure that outcomes stay stable over time!

The ETM will immediately show you the impact of your choices: on the right, charts display specific information for each section of the model. At the bottom of your screen, indicators show the impact on the entire system (e.g. CO2 reduction, energy savings, costs etc.). If you lock the chart it will remain visible as you navigate through the model. You can add charts by clicking "see more charts" (top right).

You are in the driver's seat. The ETM contains no hidden assumptions, like price or technology developments over time etc. If you do nothing, the future will not change.

Do you have questions or need help? Please, feel free to contact Quintel, the developers of the Energy Transition Model.



Quintel (2019). Energy Transition Model, Model Item, OpenGMS,


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