Nordic Energy Technology Perspectives 2016 - Launched 23 May 2016

NETP-2016 coverThe IEA and Nordic Energy Research launched Nordic Energy Technology Perspectives 2016‌ with a first event on 23 May in Stockholm. To sign up to one of the other launch events or order a free hard copy of the report, visit www.nordicetp.org.

‌Based on the scenarios and analysis of Energy Technology Perspectives, the Nordic Energy Technology Perspectives series assesses how the Nordic region can achieve a carbon-neutral energy system by 2050. This study marks the second edition of the series.

Nordic governments can compare their national climate goals with the contribution required of them in the 2°C world described in Energy Technology Perspectives 2016. The analysis evaluates the region from an external perspective and points to the important role of the Nordic energy system in facilitating the decarbonisation of Europe.

Nordic Energy Research is an intergovernmental organisation supporting and co-ordinating sustainable energy research in the Nordic region.

Click here to download Nordic Energy Technology Perspectives 2016.

First IEA regional technology study plots carbon-neutral Nordic energy system

Helsinki, 22 January 2013

Based on the scenarios and analysis of Energy Technology Perspectives 2012, the Nordic Energy Technology Perspectives assesses how the Nordic region can achieve a carbon-neutral energy system by 2050. The report from the project can be found here

This study marks the first regional edition of the Energy Technology Perspectives series since its inception in 2006. For the first time, Nordic governments can compare their national climate goals with the contribution required of them in the 2°C world described in Energy Technology Perspectives 2012. The analysis evaluates the region from an external perspective and points to the important role of the Nordic energy system in facilitating the decarbonisation of Europe.

Nordic Energy Research is an intergovernmental organisation supporting and coordinating sustainable energy research in the Nordic region.

After the success with the visualisation of interactive data and figures to highlight potential scenarios for the ETP 2012, the IEA now releases a similar visualisation, focused on the Nordic region.

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Residents in the Nordic countries who would like a free hard copy of the report can order it from Nordic Energy Research.