Study on Energy Savings Scenarios 2050

Jan 16, 2019 | Publications

This study from Fraunhofer Institute provides an assessment of national potentials for energy savings by 2050, under three different scenarios. The study includes an update of the techno-economic energy savings potentials and develops scenarios focusing on changes in life-style, the impact of digitalization of a shared economy and other “New societal Trends”. The study shows that  the  EU energy efficiency target for 2030 should be at least 40%.

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