13 Februar 2013

The final goal is 100% renewable energy by 2050

Report: Europe could halve its greenhouse gas emissions by 2030

By 2030, Europe could be generating more than 40% of its energy from renewables, using 38% less energy than in 2005 and emitting 50% less greenhouse gases than it did in 1990, a new WWF report shows.

“Achieving such levels would put the EU on track to deliver a 100% renewably powered energy system by 2050 at the latest,” says the report, Re-energising Europe, prepared for WWF by the Ecofys consultancy.

…Full text: www.euractiv.com/climate-environment/report-europe-halve-greenhouse-g-news-517763?utm_source=RSS_Feed&utm_medium=RSS&utm_campaign=EurActivRSS

Tags: energy-savings, ‘sustainable energy for all’, decarbonisation, industry, buildings, bioenergy, hydro-powered geothermal energy, solar power, biomass industry, gas

Source: EurActiv, 2013-02-13.


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