Name of the study Building a Paris Agreement Compatible (PAC) energy scenario
Author, Institution Jörg Mühlenhoff, Climate Action Network (CAN) Europe
Contact (e-mail) joerg@caneurope.org
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Citation reference https://www.pac-scenarios.eu/fileadmin/user_upload/PAC_scenario_technical_summary_fin.pdf
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Aim The PAC scenario illustrates apathway for the transition of the EU’s energy system that is in line with EU leaders’ commitment to the Paris Agreement.
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Spatial / Geographical coverage Europe
Time frame 2050
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Name of the Scenario Paris Agreement Compatible (PAC) energy scenario
Energy savingsnot estimated
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