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Energy Technology Perspectives 2020 dataset

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Energy Technology Perspectives 2020 dataset

Includes projections at global level for the Sustainable Development Scenario (SDS) based on detailed modelling of the energy sector using the ETP Model

Updated September 2020

The Energy Technology Perspectives (ETP) 2020 dataset includes projections at global level for the Sustainable Development Scenario (SDS) based on detailed modelling of the energy sector using the ETP Model.

The dataset provides insights into sub-sectoral trends beyond the data and figures published in the report, given the focus of the report on technology opportunities in heavy industries and long-distance transport in particular.

The dataset contains global 2019 and projected data related to the SDS from ETP-2020 including:

  • Energy balance
  • Power sector overview covering gross electricity generation, installed capacity
  • CO2 emissions
  • World activity by sector

The Sustainable Development Scenario is the IEA's primary long-term climate mitigation pathway. It reaches net-zero emissions by the year 2070 and as such is fully compatible with the temperature goals of the Paris Agreement. It also aims at achieving other United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), in particular to achieve access energy for all and to minimise air pollution.

Please note that your use of this data is subject to our terms and conditions.

In particular, you would need to enter into a Licence Agreement with the IEA and pay a fee if you wish to use the IEA’s data in any type of modelling for the purpose of creating derived data or derived products, and any services to distribute or display such derived products.

If you intend to have such usage, please contact compliance@iea.org.

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    ETP 2020 dataset