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The EU electricity industry is committed to delivering a renewable-based and carbon neutral power supply in Europe well before 2050, which offers the prospect of turning Europe into a carbon-neutral economy by 2050. 80% renewable electricity: this is the impressive picture of Europe’s electricity supply in 2045 in Eurelectric’s study Decarbonisation Pathways.
Complete decarbonisation will require investments not only in clean generation, storage and demand-side management but also in grids and by customers to electrify households and businesses. An efficient energy transition requires a consistent combination of market design, regulatory framework and policies. Following the adoption of the Clean Energy Package, it is time to take stock of the situation and assess the challenges that still lie ahead.
Eurelectric, together with its partners FTI Consulting, Compass Lexecon and Électricité de France, invites you to be part of a high-level investment discussion on 26 September in Brussels. Renowned speakers will seek answer to questions, such as:
- Is the new regulatory framework sufficient to achieve decarbonisation of the power sector?
- Which investment challenges remain?
- What energy infrastructure improvements are still needed in order to achieve the European Long-Term Energy and Climate Strategy?