DNV Issues Latest Energy Transition Outlook Report
- Sep 13, 2021 3:57 pm GMT
The organization says that electrification is not enough to meet net zero targets
Earlier this month, the influential DNV organization, which advises and certifies large areas of the power sector, issued its Fifth Annual Energy Transition Report, predicting trends out to 2100. The conclusion is sobering: that the world will most likely exceed its global warming target of 2° C by that date.
As the physical effects of a heating world become more intense and apparent, and with the latest global climate summit COP26 coming up in Glasgow in November, the information in this report is timely.
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