National Energy and Climate Plans (NECPs) represent an opportunity for EU Member States to chart their next steps on the road to a climate-secure future and to reap the economic and social benefits which come with that.
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If supported by the right policy framework, industries can contribute their share to the net-zero emissions by 2050 and remain competitive. In addition, a more circular economy can cut emissions from heavy industry by 56% by 2050.
Scenarios integrating power, road transport and residential heating sectors across Europe with a wide range of zero-carbon technologies and energy carriers can come with socio-economic benefits.
New IPSOS study reveals that European citizens would be willing to carry out energy renovation in their homes in order to increase their thermal comfort, pay less in energy bills and improve their quality of living.
Agriculture is unique in its ability to both reduce its own emissions, but also increase carbon removals from the atmosphere and contribute to emission reductions in other sectors through the substitution of carbon intensive materials and energy.
Europe requires to rapidly increase the readiness and deployment of the next generation of low-carbon technologies. It also needs to enable business models and customer engagement in sectors which use or produce energy.
Italy could boost its economy and create 19,225 net additional jobs in 2030 through the transition from a mobility system fuelled with imported oil and diesel to one that is driven by domestically produced renewable energy
Trucking sector at a crossroads between rising emissions and a more sustainable and competitive future
Improving the efficiency of cars and increasing the number of zero emissions vehicles on the road will lead to a larger economy
A new study on how France can reap the opportunity of cheaper clean technologies and embrace higher ambition on climate and energy