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Webinar - The COVID-19 Crisis | 29th May 2020

Join us for a webinar to introduce the Energy Transitions Commission’s 7 Priorities to help the Global Economy Recover from 2.00-3:30pm CET on Friday 29th May.
Article date - 26.05.2020
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7 PRIORITIES TO HELP THE GLOBAL ECONOMY RECOVER

The ETC outlines some key priorities for the next wave of government stimulus to boost economic recovery while building a healthier, more resilient, net-zero-emissions global economy.
Article date - 05.05.2020
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A zero-carbon China by mid-century

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China can achieve the twin goals of net-zero carbon emissions and becoming a rich developed economy by 2050, a new report by the Energy Transitions Commission and Rocky Mountain Institute has shown.
Article date - 13.11.2019
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Reaching net-zero carbon emissions: Mission Possible

Reaching net-zero carbon emissions from heavy industry and heavy-duty transport sectors is technically and financially possible by 2060 - and earlier in developed economies.
Article date - 19.11.2018
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Launch of Mission Possible Platform

The World Economic Forum and the Energy Transitions Commission launch the Mission Possible Platform.
Article date - 24.09.2019
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India's shift towards low-carbon energy

Today, ETC India released three technical reports and a book on how India can grow the share of renewables in its electricity system by 2030 during WSDS 2019.
Article date - 13.02.2019
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ETC statement on U.S. staying in Paris Agreement

Staying in the Paris Agreement would be in the self-interest of the U.S. economy, says a coalition of leading energy and industrial companies, investors and NGOs
Staying in the Paris Agreement would be in the self-interest of the U.S. economy, says a coalition of leading energy and industrial companies, investors and NGOs
Article date - 08.05.2017
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Better Energy, Greater Prosperity

The Energy Transistions Commission’s flagship report sets out achievable pathway to limit global warming to well below 2˚C while stimulating economic development and social progress.
Article date - 18.04.2017
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Research Paper: A New Electricity Era

In a decarbonized power system, extended electrification in the transport and buildings sectors has the potential to reduce fossil fuel use by at least 10-20% by 2040.
Article date - 03.03.2017
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Research Paper: Growth in a Low Carbon World

An analysis carried out by Vivid Economics for the Energy Transitions Commission shows how simultaneous radical improvements in energy productivity across.
Article date - 30.01.2017
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