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Global Renewables Outlook: Energy Transformation to 2050 (2020 edition)

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Associate Programme Officer IRENA

I am working as an Associate Programme Officer at the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENAs) Renewable Energy Roadmaps (REmap) team. I am currently involved in analysing low carbon...

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The International Renewables Energy Agency’s flagship report, Global Renewables Outlook: Energy Transformation 2050 (GRO) was launched on 20th April. Building on earlier Global Energy Transformation reports, the 2020 Outlook presents paths to create a sustainable future energy system, highlighting climate-safe investment options until 2050 and the policy framework needed to manage the transition. This year’s edition also deals with the challenging industry and transport sectors and presents perspectives on deeper decarbonisation to achieve zero emissions. In addition, the report also provides a regional perspective on the implications of the energy transformation for ten regions spanning the globe. 

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Matt Chester on Sep 8, 2020

The gap between aspiration and the reality in tackling climate change remains as significant as ever, despite mounting evidence of the harm that climate change is causing.

I'm so glad this point was made and emphasized!

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