REdatabase is the global renewable energy arm of LRI Energy, a leading energy research and consulting business. Providing both published research and bespoke consulting expertise to a range of local and international clients, REdatabase is the one-stop solution to all your renewable energy research and advisory needs. REdatabase , leveraging its established network of renewable energy investors and project developers, is the chosen online information and networking portal for a range of sector specialists, investors and policy makers.
REdatabase aims to accelerate the deployment of renewable energy globally by disseminating information to those who are able to make the greatest impact.
REdatabase provides relevant, concise and complete data and analysis on renewable energy markets to investors, policy makers and energy professionals, to assist them understand the risks and opportunities involved in particular markets. REdatabase also plays a pivotal role as a catalyst communication hub where we receive and exhibit:
- Information on renewable energy projects that require funding.
- Opinions and suggestions that are intended to provide clarity on a particular issue or renewable energy market.
- Presentations and papers concerning renewable energy and related issues.
The Value Of Information
Accurate and up-to-date information is vital, particularly when used to support investment decisions. A lack of quality information can lead to failed proposals, inferior tenders, inaccurate projections and weak project planning, all of which costs money and time. We believe that by proving the right information we can reduce the level of uncertainty and thereby lower the risk faced by renewable energy investors and project developers.
London Research International, through REdatabase, has completed research and consulting projects for a range of multinational clients in over 50 countries around the world.
Renewable Energy In The Developing World
Deployment of renewable energy is essential to make a real impact on our effort to reduce GHG emissions in developing countries, where power demand increases are often met with coal. Given the fact that in many parts of the developing world, biomass power is known to be the least cost solution to curbing GHG emissions, knowledge transfer for the implementation of market mechanisms for biomass trading has the potential to facilitate biomass generation. We are currently developing a biomass report covering the generation potential for biomass in developing world countries.