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Gas4Climate: Gas Decarbonisation Pathway 2020-2050

The Gas for Climate consortium, consisting of ten leading European gas transport companies and two renewable gas industry associations, published the Gas Decarbonisation Pathway 2020-2050 study by Guidehouse, analysing the transition towards the lowest cost climate-neutral system by 2050.

This new study highlights that additional EU climate and energy policies are needed to position Europe on the road to net-zero by 2050. Its central and aspirational Accelerated Decarbonisation Pathway examines which investments and innovations have to take place in order to achieve a 2030 greenhouse gas reduction target of minus 55 per cent and climate neutrality by 2050. 

Read the full report here.

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