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Context: A special report titled ‘Net Zero by 2050: a Roadmap for the Global Energy Sector’ has been recently designed by International Energy Agency to inform negotiators at the crucial COP26 climate summit in Glasgow in November.
The roadmap, with 400 milestones identified, promises to span all sectors and be technically feasible, cost-effective and socially acceptable.
The scenario is built on three principles
In a nutshell, the IEA 1.5C Roadmap suggests the following on global electricity generation towards 2050:
Carrying along this pathway, the Roadmap models that almost 70 per cent of electricity generated will be from solar and wind, over 90 per cent of heavy industrial production is low emission and more than 85 per cent of buildings are zero carbon ready.
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