World energy scenarios : Composing energy futures to 2050
World energy scenarios : Composing energy futures to 2050. London : World Energy Council, 2013, 284 p.
Presentation (© WEC) :
The World Energy Scenarios: Composing energy futures to 2050 is the result of a three-year study conducted by over 60 experts from nearly 30 countries, with modelling provided by the Paul Scherrer Institute. The report assesses two contrasting policy scenarios, the more consumer driven Jazz scenario and the more voter-driven Symphony scenario with a key differentiator being the ability of countries to pass through the Doha Climate Gateway. The WEC scenarios use an explorative approach to assess what is actually happening in the world now, to help gauge what will happen in the future and the real impact of today’s choices on tomorrow’s energy landscape.
Rather than telling policymakers and senior energy leaders what to do in order to achieve a specific policy goal, the WEC’s World Energy Scenarios allow them to test the key assumptions that decision-makers decide to better shape the energy of tomorrow.
Scénarios Mondiaux de l’Énergie à l’horizon 2050 (résumé) : http://www.wec-france.org/DocumentsPDF/Etudes%20CME/Les%20Sc%C3%A9narios%20Mondiaux%20de%20l%27%C3%89nergie.pdf
Executive summary, 44 p. : http://www.worldenergy.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/World-Energy-Scenarios_Composing-energy-futures-to-2050_Executive-summary.pdf