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Common Planning Pathway

A clear whole energy system view is required to understand the peak demands that each energy asset will encounter. This is needed to ensure investment levels produce appropriate levels of asset resilience, flexibility, and reliability that minimize societal and commercial risk.

DNV has used its Energy Transition Outlook model, research, and expert judgement, to develop a stakeholder-validated pathway to net zero by 2050 for Great Britain. This tests the role of molecular energy vectors to support the energy transition.

Learn how a clear whole energy system view will help the industry to understand the peak demands that each energy asset will experience.

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