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Nordic Energy Technology Perspectives

30 January 2013

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The study ‘Nordic Energy Technology Perspectives’ is a spin-off project of the IEA flagship technology publication ‘Energy Technology Perspectives’. By listing the best ways for the region to reduce emissions, the new report offers important lessons for other countries for energy policies that would limit average global temperature increase to 2°C.

The first regional technology study by the International Energy Agency, ‘Nordic Energy Technology Perspectives’, outlines the opportunities and challenges for the five Nordic countries of Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden in reaching their ambitious goals towards decarbonising their energy systems by 2050. In order to become carbon-neutral by 2050, the Nordic region will have to go through big changes in the energy sector, including ten-fold increase in wind generation, an end to all use of coal and significant electrification of transport.

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Publication Info

30 Jan. 2013 - PDF
Year: 2013
Type: Report / Study
Source: Policy & NGOs
Language: English
File Size: 8 MB
Number of Pages: 211