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Key Features
  • 1

    Instantly visualize key trends

    Create tailored views on primary energy demand, final consumption, and emissions in just a few clicks. EDI Community provides you with a well-displayed, intuitive platform to help you quickly identify key trends shaping the energy transition.

  • 2

    Export data and graphs in your preferred format.

    No matter what data or charts you’re using, you can seamlessly export everything for instant use in your models and presentations. You can either export them as an image, download to Excel, or copy everything to the clipboard.

  • 3

    Enrich and refine your own perspective.

    Strengthen your views on the future with granular and reliable data that enables more informed decisions on business planning, investment decisions, and risk mitigation.

Our Team
  • Bram Smeets

    Solution Manager

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    Bram leads the McKinsey EDI team. He has been with McKinsey for over 5 years, specializing in Big Data. He holds a PhD in Energy Economics.

    Ying Li

    Senior Analyst, Power

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    Ying focuses on power system planning and operation modeling and analysis. Her expertise is reinforced by her work at Shell as a PhD researcher.

  • Matt Frank


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    Matt is a Specialist with expertise in energy markets, economics and public policy. He joined McKinsey after five years at the International Energy Agency.

Sample Reports
  • Special contribution to McKinsey Global Institute's new report

    We are pleased to have contributed to McKinsey Global Institute's new report: Beyond the supercycle: how technology is reshaping resources. This new research details how rapid advances in technologies including automation, data analytics, and the Internet of Things are transforming the energy and resources sector, and could enable major savings for consumers and a much-needed productivity boost for producers over the next two decades.