Services for techno- economic / socio-economic studies or modelling/simulation on European energy systems and hydrocarbon extraction
The JRC aims to provide a solid and comprehensive understanding of energy security in support of EU policy, notably in relation to fossil fuels (mainly gas and oil) and power systems. The aim of the JRC’s Energy Security, Systems and Market Unit is to aid and inform the Member States and European Institutions on issues relevant to ensuring the uninterrupted physical availability of energy products on the market at an affordable price for all consumers. The JRC assesses how different policy options help shape an energy system resilient to shocks and adverse trends whilst satisfying society’s energy needs.
IET - JRC.F.3
Business sector (CPV)
- 48000000: Software package and information systems
- 71241000: Feasibility study, advisory service, analysis
- 79311300: Survey analysis services
- 72242000: Design-modelling services
- 79314000: Feasibility study
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