Energy strategy and planning

Identifying and delivering whole energy system decarbonisation from area-based decarbonisation pathways, plans, and priorities to identifying site-specific solutions for implementation.

Creating sustainable, cost-effective systems

The transition from fossil fuels towards zero carbon, clean, and resilient energy systems relies on identifying the most cost-effective solutions. We seek out optimum solutions that consider all sector couplings in and across energy systems, as well as in built and natural assets.

Our expertise delivering thousands of energy strategy and planning projects across the world enables us to provide locally specific solutions. We provide strategic advice to deliver area-based decarbonisation pathways, set plans and priorities, and identify site-specific solutions. Using the latest innovations and data-driven approaches, we deliver long-term benefits to our clients, the environment, and society.

Our services include:

  • Stakeholder analysis and engagement
  • Energy master planning and optimisation
  • Modelling and feasibility
  • Sustainability and carbon strategies
  • Policy and regulatory analyses
  • Advice on energy legislation and market modelling
  • Technical insights for commercial and business cases
  • Investment planning, due diligence, and negotiation

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Sector coupling and the smart energy system

A sustainable energy system is based on green energy. The green transition requires us to think across the various elements of the energy system and link the system to other sectors.

What do rising energy prices mean for the green energy transition?

We explore what’s driving the unprecedented hikes over the past year in the cost of oil, gas and other fossil fuels, and what’s needed to accelerate investment in renewables.

Solar energy panels on a field with a wind turbine in the background

Related Projects

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  • District heating for 1 million people

    The 160 km transmission network supplying heat to Greater Copenhagen - heat for 1 million people - is one of the most sophisticated district heating systems in the world. It improves energy efficiency while reducing costs and environmental impact.

    Arial view of Copenhagen with red roofs and iconic historic buildings

  • Decarbonising the SUNY university system

    New York State has an ambitious plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 85% by 2050, and the State University of New York plays a key part. Ramboll is developing Clean Energy Master Plans to help SUNY decarbonise.

    SUNY University at Albany

Our people

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  • Anders Dyrelund

    Senior Market Manager

    M: +45 51 61 87 66

  • Guy Milligan

    Associate, Energy Strategy & Planning

    +44 7583 107816