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2050 Pathways Analysis Call for Evidence

Something to get your teeth into and something to play with to try out your own ideas:

2050 Pathways Analysis Call for Evidence

This is a Call for Evidence and not a formal Consultation.

We need a transformation of the UK economy to ensure secure low carbon energy supplies to 2050. We are committed to reducing greenhouse gas emissions in the UK by at least 80% by 2050, relative to 1990 levels. We face major choices about how to move to a secure, low carbon economy over this period. Should we do more to cut demand, or rely more on increasing and decarbonising the energy supply? How will we produce our electricity? Which technologies will we adopt? The Department of Energy and Climate Change and other Government departments have been working hard with stakeholders to work out what this means for the country, for the energy sector and other major emitting sectors, and for individuals.
The 2050 Pathways Calculator tool is a simple user-friendly model allowing users to explore different combinations of levels of change across the sectors to create pathways which successfully achieve an 80% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, while ensuring that energy supply meets demand. For each sector of the economy it offers up to four trajectories ranging from little or no effort to reduce emissions and save energy (‘level 1’) to extremely ambitious changes that push towards the physical or technical limits of what can be achieved (‘level 4’).

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