About the report
This year’s forecast to 2050 considers the demand shock of the pandemic and the supply shock that came with Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and concludes that those developments exert little long-term influence over an energy transition that will be rapid and extensive.
Six Key Highlights
The current energy crisis reinforces a two-speed energy transition in the short term. By 2050, renewables’ share of the global energy mix will exceed 50%, but we are far from reaching the Paris Agreement climate target.
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Maritime Forecast to 2050 presents fuel-mix scenarios and an outlook on regulations, drivers, technologies and fuel availability. The Hydrogen Forecast presents the projected production, transportation and use of hydrogen.
The transition in 10 global regions
There are huge geographical variations in the energy systems and how the energy transition develops. You can drill down into 10 global regions.
Watch the launch of Energy Transition Outlook 2023
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Watch the launch of Pathway to Net Zero
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