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Making clean electrification possible

We have 30 years to electrify the global economy - discover under what conditions this is possible.

Making clean electrification possible

Transitioning to clean electricity as the main source of final energy represents the cheapest and most efficient way to decarbonize the economy. The rapidly falling costs of renewables and storage solutions make it possible to achieve the required massive expansion of clean power systems at low cost, according to the report.

In this report, we explore how massive clean electrification will be the primary route to decarbonization, complemented by hydrogen in the harder-to-abate sectors. The report sets out why it is essential but also feasible and affordable to multiply the size of the global power system by 5, while shifting to renewable-based electricity provision.

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Executive summary

Mission possible: Reaching net-zero carbon emissions from harder-to-abate sectors

Learn how we can decarbonize harder-to-abate sectors by the middle of this century

The future of the United States climate policy is digital

Learn how the US can use digital solutions to promote economic opportunities while combating climate change.
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Climate Horizon: Opportunities for a greener world in the Middle East

This paper explores two future perspectives for decarbonization in the Middle East by 2060.

Green digital solutions for corporate biodiversity action

The massive and accelerating loss of biodiversity is one of today’s key crises.

How Schneider Electric’s climate risks interact

And how the network view can help spot opportunities and avoid the biggest tragedies

Building a green future: Examining the job creation potential of electricity, heating, and storage in low-carbon buildings

A study reveals over 2 million new jobs can be created during the transition to net-zero buildings.

Addendum - Path to developed and decarbonized India

A focus on 2047 Net Zero

The why, what, and how of corporate biodiversity action

The approach towards corporate biodiversity action shows similarities with that of climate action at several points along the way.

Towards net-zero buildings: Exploring the IntenCity case

IntenCity has a cumulated carbon footprint 5 times less than an average European building on a 60-year life cycle.