The ETC has published a Consultation Paper as part of its 2021 Negative Emissions workstream.
Clean electrification and hydrogen can deliver net-zero by 2050, says global private-sector coalition
New reports by the ETC set out path to electrify economy and grow complementary role for clean hydrogen.
Mission Possible: Climate-Action Partnership Launched to Help Transform Heavy Industry and Transport
The Mission Possible Partnership (MPP), a new coalition formed to accelerate the decarbonization of global industries representing 30% of global emissions, launched today at the Davos Agenda.
China’s carbon-neutrality goal increases the urgency of meeting 100 percent of the nation’s new electricity demand growth with zero-carbon sources
Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI) and Energy Transitions Commission’s (ETC) latest report focuses on analyzing the fundamental challenges to making China’s power system well-prepared for a surge of zero-carbon sources to achieve its new climate pledge.
Cost of hydrogen from renewables could fall more than 50% by 2030, with a five-fold demand growth by 2050
In India, hydrogen can start to compete with fossil fuels in certain industrial applications by 2030, given enough government support. With demand for hydrogen in India set to grow five-fold by 2050, the “Potential role of Hydrogen in India” report examines the positive impact on the transition to a zero-carbon energy system.
A report produced for the Getting to Zero Coalition, provides a blueprint to unlock the first wave of zero emission shipping projects.
Industry defines joint strategy for accelerating the transition to carbon neutrality in aviation in Europe by increasing uptake of sustainable aviation fuels (SAFs) over the next decade.
Despite the global challenge presented by the COVID-19 crisis, China shows confidence, courage, and firm leadership towards green recovery and sustainable development.
Making Mission Possible: Global energy, industry and financial leaders outline next decade priorities for a net-zero-carbon economy
A year before COP26, new report from Energy Transitions Commission highlights actions required by 2030 to achieve zero-carbon economy by mid-century.
By 2030, a power system based almost entirely on variable renewable energy generation is likely to be lower cost than a fossil fuel-based system, even without a carbon price.