A new study published last week by the Gas for Climate consortium describes gas decarbonisation pathways from 2020 to 2050 and identifies the required investments to scale-up hydrogen and biomethane.
The Gas Decarbonisation Pathway 2020-250 study by Guidehouse, formerly Navigant, analyses the transition towards the lowest cost climate neutral system by 2050.
This new study highlights that additional EU climate and energy policies are needed to position Europe on the road to net zero by 2050.
Its central and aspirational Accelerated Decarbonisation Pathway examines which investments and innovations have to take place in order to achieve a 2030 greenhouse gas reduction target of minus 55%, and climate neutrality by 2050.
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