Energy Technology Systems Analysis (ETSAP TCP)
The ETSAP TCP assists decision makers to assess the current energy technologies and markets that will meet the future challenges of energy supply, economic development and environmental protection.
The step-by-step approach to modelling shows pathways to doubling the share of renewable energy in final consumption by 2030.*
- Facilitating the energy transition to achieve the "well below 2°C goal"
- Tools and methodologies development, maintenance and capacity building
- Research and development activities to advance state-of-the-art analysis
Contracting Parties: 25
* Graph adapted from data provided by the ETSAP TCP
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