Direct CO2 emissions increase, technological innovation is needed to get on track to Net Zero
In the Net Zero Emissions by 2050 Scenario, CO2 emissions start to decouple from production in the coming few years, reaching a 17% CO2 emission reduction compared to 2021 by 2030 despite an increase in production. To get on track with the Net Zero Scenario, both the private and public sectors will need to achieve technological innovation, efficiency gains and higher recycling rates.
Clean Energy Demonstration Projects Database
The most comprehensive database of clean energy technology demonstrators
Energy Technology Perspectives 2023
Climate Resilience for Energy Security
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The IETS TCP focuses on energy use in a broad range of industry sectors with significant potential for emissions and cost savings. The IETS TCP work programme ranges from aspects relating to development of processes and energy technologies, to overall system analysis and energy efficiency in industry sectors.