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09 - 12 Mar 2021 Paris Time Training

20th Energy Statistics Course

Training 2020 Oct

As for the past edition in March, the 20th Energy Statistics Course from the IEA, will take place in a virtual format on 9-12 March 2021.

The registration for this course will take place by invitation only. Deadline for applications is January 29, 2021.

This free course offers training in the internationally recognised IEA methodology and tools for collecting and organising national-level energy data by different fuels and sectors of the economy. It focuses on creating complete and accurate energy balances through the use of consistent definitions and units, in order to inform national energy policy and enable consistent international reporting.

As for the past edition in March, the 20th Energy Statistics Course from the IEA, will take place in a virtual format on 9-12 March 2021.

The registration for this course will take place by invitation only. Deadline for applications is January 29, 2021.

This free course offers training in the internationally recognised IEA methodology and tools for collecting and organising national-level energy data by different fuels and sectors of the economy. It focuses on creating complete and accurate energy balances through the use of consistent definitions and units, in order to inform national energy policy and enable consistent international reporting.

The IEA is a major international authority when it comes to energy statistics. It has developed and introduced methods for gathering, collating and analysing energy-related data over the last 40 years and produces the most complete datasets globally. In many respects, the IEA sets standards for monitoring and reporting energy statistics and the training it offers on methods and tools is the most relevant, comprehensive and internationally recognised.

The IEA is a major international authority when it comes to energy statistics. It has developed and introduced methods for gathering, collating and analysing energy-related data over the last 40 years and produces the most complete datasets globally. In many respects, the IEA sets standards for monitoring and reporting energy statistics and the training it offers on methods and tools is the most relevant, comprehensive and internationally recognised.

Energy statistics are the foundation for developing sound national energy policies as they reveal where interventions are required and what opportunities are available. The pressures and complexities of international energy markets and the imperatives of global issues such as climate change, means that countries need to understand and conform to international conventions in monitoring and reporting. The job of an energy statistician is more complex than ever before and requires the ability to ensure the quality, consistency and compatibility of energy data.

Energy statistics are the foundation for developing sound national energy policies as they reveal where interventions are required and what opportunities are available. The pressures and complexities of international energy markets and the imperatives of global issues such as climate change, means that countries need to understand and conform to international conventions in monitoring and reporting. The job of an energy statistician is more complex than ever before and requires the ability to ensure the quality, consistency and compatibility of energy data.

The course provides participants with the essential definitions, methods and tools for developing comprehensive national energy balances and reporting on a wide range of energy parameters. Participants will be able to define clearer requirements for energy reporting in their country, fill out the IEA energy questionnaires which constitute the basis for the official IEA statistics publications, and better communicate with their peers internationally.

This course is focused on how to develop and improve national energy statistics, and therefore will not cover energy technologies, general statistics, econometrics or forecasting training.

The course provides participants with the essential definitions, methods and tools for developing comprehensive national energy balances and reporting on a wide range of energy parameters. Participants will be able to define clearer requirements for energy reporting in their country, fill out the IEA energy questionnaires which constitute the basis for the official IEA statistics publications, and better communicate with their peers internationally.

This course is focused on how to develop and improve national energy statistics, and therefore will not cover energy technologies, general statistics, econometrics or forecasting training.

The course is principally targeted at statisticians in central government and government agencies as well as statisticians and analysts in the energy industry, including regulators, fuel suppliers, utilities companies and trade associations.

All courses will be delivered in English and interpretation will not be available. Therefore, a good level of the English language is required in order to benefit from the course.

For any queries, please contact Margherita Réan at IEA.EDCTraining@iea.org.

The course is principally targeted at statisticians in central government and government agencies as well as statisticians and analysts in the energy industry, including regulators, fuel suppliers, utilities companies and trade associations.

All courses will be delivered in English and interpretation will not be available. Therefore, a good level of the English language is required in order to benefit from the course.

For any queries, please contact Margherita Réan at IEA.EDCTraining@iea.org.