DNV’s annual Energy Transition Outlook presents the results from our independent model of the world’s energy system. It covers the period through to 2050 and forecasts the energy mix, supply and demand globally and in 10 world regions.
Whilst the Energy Transition Outlook forecasts the most likely energy future to 2050, the Pathway to Net Zero Emissions offers a feasible way to limit global warming to 1.5°C. What are the solutions and energy transition pathways for each of the ten world regions and nine industry sectors?
When will renewable sources overtake fossil fuels? What share of total energy demand will be covered by offshore wind or hydrogen by 2050? What impact will the global pandemic have on the energy transition?
We draw on our ETO model to answer the question: “How can the world achieve 1.5°C within the bounds of techno-economic and political feasibility?”
Offers shipowners practical advice and solutions as shipping’s carbon reduction trajectories rapidly head towards zero
Focuses on the financial opportunities and challenges for financiers, policymakers, developers, and energy companies
Has the global pandemic and new policy ambitions accelerated the energy transition towards 2050? How fast are new technologies scaling and how far are we from reaching net zero emissions?