World Energy Transitions Outlook: 1.5 ° C Pathway In Paris in 2015, signatures to the United Nations

Apr 15, 2022 01:59 PM ET
  • Convention on Climate Change accepted seek efforts to attempt to limit the rise in global temperature levels by 2050 to 1.5 ° C over pre-industrial degrees. The World Energy Transitions Outlook provides a pathway to that goal, one that decarbonises all end uses, with electrification and energy efficiency as key drivers, enabled by renewables, green hydrogen and also sustainable modern bioenergy.

This 2nd edition of the Outlook details priority locations and activities based on available modern technologies that have to be become aware by 2030 to achieve net zero emissions by mid-century.

By laying out a map for the following 8 years, World Energy Transitions Outlook 2022 enables policy makers to remain on the course to 2050. The report offers extensive analysis of two areas especially relevant for the decarbonisation of end-use fields: electrification and also bioenergy. It also discovers the socio-economic effects of the 1.5 ° C pathway as well as recommends ways to speed progression in the direction of universal accessibility to clean energy.

In spite of development over the last few years to move the power sector far from fossil fuels, other major energy-using sectors that are also extremely reliant on fossil fuels, including transport, remain to contribute to emissions and also continue exposure to volatility in the costs of fossil fuels. The technological avenues bring about a decarbonised energy system are clear. They are controlled by solutions that can be deployed cost-efficiently, rapidly as well as at scale.

Just a holistic global policy framework can bring countries with each other to coordinate a simply transition that leaves no person behind and strengthens the global flow of money, capability and innovations.

Achieving the 2050 target depends upon making rapid progress now.


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