Tendencias y Estudios / Convergencia y sostenibilidad

Blueprint for a resilient economy

In the government’s economic rescue package in the wake of the coronavirus crisis, it has the chance to set a new path for the UK that creates greater health, prosperity and security for the UK, protecting against future crises.

Increasing the EU’s 2030 GHG Emissions Reduction Target


Our CTI 2050 Roadmap model was used to analyse possible trajectories for cutting the EU’s GHG emissions by -55% or -65% by 2030 compared with 1990 levels (excl. LULUCF and international bunkers).

Performance Standards: A Key Policy for Achieving Climate Goals

To meet long-term climate goals, new and more aggressive approaches are needed to obtain substantial energy savings and reduce greenhouse gas emissions from existing buildings. Mandatory building performance standards are one such approach.

¿Cómo integrar el enfoque de género en el sector de infraestructura?: Número especial de Infraestructura para el desarrollo

La infraestructura es un conjunto de obras e instalaciones que tienen como función satisfacer las necesidades de las sociedades mediante la prestación de serviciosde energía, transporte, telecomunicaciones, agua potable, saneamiento, disposición segura de desechos, hospitales, escuelas, entre otrosesenciales en el día a día de hogares, comercios e industrias.

Rethinking Decarbonisation Incentives: Future Carbon Policy for Clean Growth

Energy Systems Catapult’s ‘Rethinking Decarbonisation Incentives’ (RDI) has explored how UK policies can promote clean growth by taking a whole system approach to carbon policy.
The UK has a complex mix of policies (including taxes, subsidies, standards, and regulations) which give rise to uneven and incomplete incentives to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions across the economy.

Sustainable Recovery World Energy Outlook Special Report

Since the scale of the economic crisis began to emerge, the IEA has been leading the calls for governments to make the recovery as sustainable and resilient as possible. This means immediately addressing the core issues of global recession and soaring unemployment – and doing so in a way that also takes into account the key challenge of building cleaner and more secure energy systems.

Turning points for the ambition of European climate targets

Climate policy in the European Union (EU) is undergoing a paradigm shift. At the time of writing, policy-makers are debating changes in targets, governance and instruments to fit (better) with the newly established overarching objective of climate-neutrality by 2050 and to align with the Paris Agreement.

Hydrogen in the EU's Economic Recovery Plans

Following the Commission's publication on 27.05.2020 of a recovery plan for Europe to counter the crisis caused by COVID-19 and to restart the economy, Hydrogen Europe has prepared an overview of the announced support instruments and has analysed how it will impact the hydrogen and fuel cell industry.

The EU Hydrogen Strategy: Hydrogen Europe’s Top 10 Key Recommendations

Hydrogen Europe is delighted to announce its latest publication: "The EU Hydrogen Strategy: Hydrogen Europe’s Top 10 Key Recommendations".
Meeting the EU’s long-term climate and energy goals and realising the promise of the Green Deal means carbon free power, increased energy system efficiency and deep decarbonisation of industry, transport and buildings. Achieving all this will require both electrons and molecules, and more specifically: clean hydrogen (renewable and low carbon hydrogen) at large scale.

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