ESMIA Consultants puts forward a scientific approach guided by rigorous mathematical models. The goal behind our implication is to offer solutions that allow achieving energy and climate goals without compromising economic growth.

– 3E (energy-economy-environment) modelling
– Optimization of integrated energy systems
– Economic analysis of climate policies

– Energy transition scenarios
– Pathways towards a low-carbon future
– Greenhouse gas reduction strategies



Integrated 3E (energy-economy-environment) systems

For several years, we have participated in the development of turnkey techno-economic optimization models. Many high-profile public and private organizations worldwide have called upon our expertise, in particular for the use of the TIMES family of models, supported by one of the longest-running programs of the International Energy Agency.



of complex long-term energy and climate issues

Relying on our in-depth knowledge of energy systems and the main factors that affect potential long-term evolution, we offer advisory services that focus on analyzing complex long-term problems. Examples include energy security issues, energy transitions to a low-carbon economy, reaching national climate goals (such as those in the Paris Agreement) and the economic and environmental analysis of climate strategies.

+++ For this purpose, ESMIA benefits from NATEM, its own integrated optimization model for the exhaustive analysis of energy and climate policies in North America.



Building capacity for future modellers

Specializing in the development of integrated energy models, our consultants provide a range of services that support clients wishing to develop their own model or become familiar with existing models. We also participate in building capacity for future modellers through training seminars for beginner, intermediate and advanced users.


Our collaboration with the research community

We also collaborate with academia on several large-scale research projects and in training students who use and develop the NATEM optimization model.

Here are some of the topics studied:

– Smart electrical grids
– Role of prosumers
– Carbon-neutral building materials

– Dynamic accounting of biogenic carbon
– Net-negative emission mitigation options
– Big data from smart meters

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