The clean energy R&D strategy for 2°C

The clean energy R&D strategy for 2°C / Giacomo Marangoni, Massimo Tavoni. Milan : Fondation Eni Enrico Mattei, 2013, 25 p. (Nota di lavoro ; 2013.093)

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Authors’s abstract :

This paper uses an integrated assessment model to quantify the climate R&D investment strategy for a variety of scenarios fully consistent with 2°C. We estimate the total climate R&D investment needs in approximately 1 USD Trillion cumulatively in the period 2010-2030, and 1.6 USD Trillions in the period 2030-2050. Most of the R&D would be carried out in industrialized countries initially, but would be evenly split after 2030. We also assess a ‘climate R&D deal’ in which countries cooperate on innovation in the short term, and find that an R&D agreement slightly underperforms a climate policy based on the extension of the Copenhagen pledges till 2030. Both policies are inferior to full cooperation on mitigation starting in 2020.  A global agreement on clean energy innovation beyond 2030 without sufficiently stringent GHG emissions reduction policies is found to be incompatible with 2°C.



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Danièle Revel (2013, 4 décembre). The clean energy R&D strategy for 2°C. Veille énergie climat. Consulté le 25 juin 2024, à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/oaq4

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