Since 2010, THEMA has established itself as a leading consultancy for advice and analysis on the energy market’s transformation. In 2019, we worked with over 150 Norwegian, Nordic and European clients. We look forward to continuing this work together!
The Norwegian CO2 compensation scheme compensates power-intensive industry for the indirect carbon costs they face via electricity prices. Our study finds that the scheme is likely to have mitigated carbon leakage from Norwegian industry.
THEMA, in cooperation with the Norwegian-German Chamber of Commerce, will discuss the opportunities and challenges facing offshore wind in the Baltic Sea at a breakfast event in Oslo. We will also share insights from a new market outlook for Poland.
In cooperation with the German-Norwegian Chamber of Commerce and Selmer, THEMA invites you to the German-Norwegian Energy Dialogue.
This year, you find THEMA at our own booth (Hall 1/Booth 136) at E-world in Essen, February 11-13. Book your appointment now!
With this T-CG Christmas edition, all of THEMA wishes our clients a very merry Christmas and an energetic New Year.
The Baltic and Polish power sectors face a major transition, and developments affect the Nordic market. Our new forecasts for the Baltic and Polish power price describe the transition using three scenarios for technology development and climate and energy policy
Transport21 recommends increased research effort towards the missions zero, freedom of movement and value creation and competitiveness. The good life and a competitive business sector” is the strategy’s vision. THEMA has assisted in the process
Renewable power generation achieves additional revenues via the markets for guarantees of origin and CO2 allowances, and from elcertificates and other support schemes. Our new Green Values report focuses on the status for and future of these values.
Will the increase in power prices seen in recent years persist? We also focus on wind investments in Norway, discuss the effects of a potential European recession, and launch a new report on the value of green products.