Tendencias y Estudios / Convergencia y sostenibilidad

Climate Solutions Series: Deep Decarbonization Pathways

Reducing emissions to lessen the long-term impacts of a warming climate has been a shared objective of the international community for decades. To date, progress toward this goal has not kept pace with pathways necessary to deliver a stabilized climate by the end of the century.

Building an Electric Bus Ecosystem in Indian Cities

E-buses offer many value propositions to Indian cities: they are more efficient, cleaner, quieter, and increasingly cost-competitive.  By 2030, if 4 out of 10 buses sold in India are electric, the country could emerge as the second largest e-bus market in the world after China. The increasing priority and support for e-buses from the central government and active response from states, cities, and industry are making that adoption path possible.

Phasing out Carbon - How to decarbonise North-Western Europe’s energy mix in the run-up to 2050

World Energy Council the Netherlands is excited to launch a new study which addresses the challenges that arise around the energy system transformation required to achieve the goals set by the European Commision and the EU Green Deal. This latest report also looks at the opportunities associated with fulfilling North-West Europe’s (NWE) clear ambition to decarbonise its economy by 2050.

2020 Global Automotive Consumer Study

What automobile industry trends and disruptive technologies will drive the automotive industry in the year ahead? Explore the data and insights from the 11th year of Deloitte’s Global Automotive Consumer Study and discover how 35,000 consumers in 20 countries are feeling about autonomy, electric and connected vehicles, ride-sharing and more. Now available: new insights on European auto industry trends.

The Future of Hydrogen : Seizing today’s opportunities

Hydrogen and energy have a long shared history – powering the first internal combustion engines over 200 years ago to becoming an integral part of the modern refining industry.

Policies for sufficient EV charging infrastructure deployment in the EU – a view from the European electricity industry

Electrification of transport based on low carbon energy sources within an increasingly cleaner electricity mix1 is the most effective, efficient and sustainable way to decarbonise the sector, reduce air pollution and its dependence on fossil fuels imports outside Europe.

WMO Statement on the State of the Global Climate in 2019

The report  includes input from national meteorological and hydrological services, leading international experts, scientific institutions and United Nations agencies. The flagship report provides authoritative information for policy makers on the need for Climate Action.

How many shades of green? : an FSR proposal for a taxonomy of 'renewable' gases

The role of gas in the future of the EU energy sector has been one of the most debated topics in the last few years. As natural gas (NG) makes up less and less of Europe’s energy mix (according to several studies), there is an increasing scope for the development and flexible use of a number of different types of gases (namely biogas, biomethane, synthetic methane (or syngas or renewable methane) and hydrogen.

Carbon Border Adjustment: opportunities to complement efforts under the Green Deal

Decarbonisation and electrification are two critical vectors of the growth and competitiveness of the European industry. They will support the local production of goods, provide high skills jobs to EU citizens and enable our industry to show its global leadership worldwide.