For the first time, a broad community of European NGOs has agreed on a common energy scenario. Under the umbrella of the PAC project – “Paris Agreement Compatible Scenarios for Energy Infrastructure”– the Climate Action Network Europe and the European Environmental Bureau have developed an energy scenario for Europe which is guided by three goals:
• 100% renewables in Europe by 2040 in all sectors
• A 65% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by 2030
• Net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2040
On 30 June, we want to discuss the scenario, how its genesis makes it different from existing scenarios largely based on renewables and what its political implications are in a two-hour interactive virtual event.
This event is organised by the European Environmental Bureau (EEB), CAN Europe, REN21 and the Renewable Grid Initiative (RGI).