Scaling existing solutions to decarbonise our world

Decarbonisation is essential for achieving net zero emissions. But current efforts alone are not enough to bring global carbon emissions to net zero by 2050. By scaling and accelerating the deployment of existing technologies and solutions, we can reach this goal.
To close the gap, we must accelerate the rollout of renewables and ramp up capacity in our electrical grids. We must fuel industry and transport through new technologies, such as green hydrogen, and reduce the amount of embodied carbon in the built environment. Let’s co-create a future that’s decarbonised to net zero.
: $26 trillion
can be added to the global economy by 2030 through low carbon growth (NCE, 2018)

Actions for carbon neutrality

  • : 57 times
    more offshore wind must be installed by 2050 to reach global carbon neutrality (GWEC, 2021)
  • : 306 million
    tonnes of green hydrogen are required per year for a net zero world by 2050 (IEA, 2021)
  • : 40%
    of current global carbon emissions originate from the building sector (IEA, 2019)

How do we accelerate and scale the green energy transition?

What practical steps can be taken to slash embodied carbon in buildings & infrastructure?

A holistic approach to closing the gap

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