Welcome to E3 Analytics, a leading renewable energy consultancy based in Berlin.

E3 Analytics is a Berlin-based consulting company focusing on renewable energy policy, markets, and finance. Through detailed analysis and cutting edge market research, E3 Analytics provides advisory services and support to governments, international institutions, NGOs, as well as private sector clients in both developed and developing countries.

Since its founding in 2009, E3 Analytics has worked with senior government officials in over fifty countries around the world to help accelerate the global energy transition, including in Africa, the Middle East, Asia, the Pacific Islands region, as well as in the Americas.

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Booms, Busts, and Retroactive Cuts: Spain’s RE Odyssey

Much ink has been spilled over Spain’s recent solar energy boom-and-bust. In response to generous tariffs and loose oversight, developers in Spain installed over 2600MW of solar PV capacity in 2008, or roughly 50% of global installations that year. This rapid market growth overwhelmed policymakers and prompted a drastic policy change, including a 500MW annual…
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The Rise and Fall of Oil

Over a century and a half since its first commercial extraction, oil now accounts for approximately 40% of global energy use and over 90% of the world’s transportation needs. However, changes are afoot that could significantly change oil’s future, and gradually undermine its privileged position in the energy world order. Despite these changes, conventional energy…
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FITs and Stops: Spain’s New Renewable Energy Plot Twist & What It All Means

Faced with growing fiscal challenges and the specter of increasingly trigger-happy credit rating agencies, the new center-right Spanish government has acted to temporarily put a halt to awarding new feed-in tariff (FIT) con-tracts starting in January 2013. The move is expected to have immediate impacts on approximately 4,500 MW of wind power projects, 550MW of…