Europe can reach net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 at the latest. Not only is it technically possible: a net-zero future is likely to be very desirable, with a prosperous economy, a more resilient society, and higher levels of wellbeing.
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A new study on how Italy can reap the opportunity of cheaper and clean technologies in line with the Paris Agreement goals
New commissioned report from Forest Research
New report showcasing best practice policies from member states across the EU
Renewables can increase to 61% of EU electricity mix in 2030, well above current targets, and at lower cost says new study
Comprehensive assessment of the investment cost imposed on the hard coal/lignite LCPs by the Industrial Emission Directive (IED) and the revised LCP BREF.
New report assessing countries’ potential to excel in low-carbon sectors
New report on potential policy options promoting ‘systemic innovation’ to foster decarbonisation
Evaluating our Future: The Crucial Role of Discount Rates in European Commission Energy System Modelling
Ecofys and eceee review the European Commission’s use of discount rates
An overview of the profound changes taking place in Europe’s power sector