Energy Transition Outlook 2019

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The Energy Transition Outlook is DNV’s view on the energy future through to 2050 modeling 10 regions and the impact on 3 industry sectors. It is a forecast of the most likely path ahead.

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Energy Transition Outlook 2019

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The Energy Transition Outlook is DNV’s view on the energy future through to 2050 modeling 10 regions and the impact on 3 industry sectors. It is a forecast of the most likely path ahead.

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Energy Transition Outlook 2019

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The Energy Transition Outlook is DNV’s view on the energy future through to 2050 modeling 10 regions and the impact on 3 industry sectors. It is a forecast of the most likely path ahead.

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Main report - Energy Transition Outlook 2019

The energy transition is shifting up the agenda, moving from previously being considered important to now becoming something urgent; a source of great risk, but also of opportunity. Technology can deliver the future we desire – including meeting the 1.5°C warming ambition set out in the Paris Agreement. The critical questions are how and when that technology is to be applied, and the strength of decarbonization policies. 

DNV predicts a rapid transition: by mid-century the energy mix will be split almost equally between fossil and non-fossil sources. This year, we surveyed thousands of our readers regarding whether they think our forecast is too fast or too slow; the overwhelming response is that we have got it ‘about right’. 

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Energy Transition Outlook 2019

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The Energy Transition Outlook is DNV’s view on the energy future through to 2050 modeling 10 regions and the impact on 3 industry sectors. It is a forecast of the most likely path ahead.

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