The En-ROADS simulation software is a fast and powerful tool to help better understand how an energy transition can be reached through politics, changes and changes in consumption and energy use, while keeping in mind climate goals and the fight against poverty.
En-ROADS analyzes how different factors (GNP variations, energy efficiency, type of energy mix, research and development breakthrough, carbon tax, etc.) can have an influence on greenhouse gas emissions and therefore, the global rise of temperature.
En-ROADS is developed by Climate Interactive, Ventana Systems, the Climate Works Foundation and MIT Sloan’s John Sterman. This software allows participants to test hundreds of parameters in a very short time, which makes it the appropriate tool for decision-makers, NGOs, associations and civil society.