What is the Pathway to Net Zero Emissions?

Our Pathway to net zero emissions report is what DNV believes is a feasible way to reach net zero emissions by 2050.

Reaching net zero emissions by 2050 is what is required to limit global warming to 1.5°C as stated in the Paris Agreement.

This report lays out how – and how fast – nine different industry sectors and ten world regions need to decarbonize. It concludes that some developed countries and certain sectors must go below zero emissions way before 2050, because developing regions and hard-to-abate sectors are not able to reach zero by 2050.

Why is it unique?

The report is unique as it is the only report that identifies the gap to be closed between the current trajectory as outlined in our Energy Transition Outlook to 2050 and the most feasible way of reaching net zero emissions.  

Main highlights

Which sectors must go below zero emissions? Which regions must reach zero carbon emissions way before 2050? What is the most feasible energy mix in a net zero world and which technologies will prevail?
Read the main highlights here


The Pathway to Net Zero report covers:

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