Climate and energy
Energy and climate economic analyses help decision-makers
streamline and reduce the climate footprint.
The energy sector is undergoing rapid change and pressure to become more efficient and reduce the emission of greenhouse gases. A number of difficult decisions must therefore be taken, which will require robust, fact-based documentation. At the same time, companies in all sectors wish to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
We help to obtain documentation on how the emission of greenhouse gases can be reduced in the cheapest way possible, where there is potential to improve effectiveness, and how regulation can be designed optimally.
Why choose Incentive?
Some of the things we help our clients with
Analyses of climate footprint
We illustrate the company’s climate footprint and compare the footprint with competing technologies, similar companies or other sectors.
Analyses of climate initiatives
We find the most cost-effective way to fulfil the climate ambitions. E.g., we calculate the costs of redcucing the greenhouse gas emission with a tonne CO2 equivalent.
Analyses of new regulations
We illustrate the costs and benefits prior to political decisions being made to change the regulations in any given sector. Among other things, we highlight the effects of deregulation, competition, subsidy changes, etc.
Potential areas for improving effectiveness
We highlight potential areas for improved effectiveness within the given structures in a sector and the consequenses of altering these structures. We also highlight, potential that can be realised through lower running costs, optimising capital costs, economies of scale, increasing competition, changes in incentives and regulations.
Business cases/investment analyses
We assist our clients in assessing their total economy before they make large investments or implement market initiatives.
WE AVOID CONFLICTS OF INTEREST
We work for public authorities, private companies and interest groups. Some of these are competitors or have other types of conflicting interests.
For this reason, we only work for one client at a time within a specific field. We consider a project completed when the client has received and approved the final reporting and we have sent the last invoice. As soon as a project is completed, we can work for another authority/company/organisation in that field.
In certain subject areas, we have entered into a framework contract with an exclusive agreement. This means that in these fields, we do not work for anyone else.
In certain cases, when there is no risk of conflicting interests, we can – in full transparency – work for several clients simultaneously within the same field.
In very special cases, when Incentive has unique knowledge within a specific area, we can work for competing companies. We do this by establishing “Chinese walls” so that two completely different project teams work for the two customers. We ensure full confidentiality, restricted access to drives, data and documents, and under no circumstances do we discuss the projects across project teams.
Contact a consultant
We are always happy to have a non-committal chat, so please do not hesitate to contact us. We can set up a meeting at your office or online, or you can visit us in Holte or Odense.
Market access and health economics
Market access landscape and strategy, real-world evidence and register-based analyses, health economic modelling, HTA and reimbursement applications, literature reviews, surveys and patient-reported outcomes.
Transport and infrastructure
Cost analyses, business cases, fees and prices, investment analyses, prognoses, pricing, public transport, regulation and market analyses.
Climate and energy
Analyses of climate footprint and initiatives, new regulation, socioeconomics, cost-effectiveness, business cases, investment analyses, climate plans, optimisation potential, taxes and tariffs.
Cost-benefit, cost-effectiveness, internal interest, current value, tax distortion, effects on the state treasury, expenses and taxes.
Pricing excellence, value-based pricing, pricing of new products, design of new price models, optimising discounts and discount policy, and price reviews.
Competition and compensation
Financial compensation calculations, mergers, state support, dominant positioning and intellectual property rights.
BI & Analytics
Analytics, BI, data, what if?, Python, Power BI, mapping, diagnosis, prognosis, recommendation, forecast and tools.