4TH EDITION OF THE INDUSTRIAL TRANSITION MEETINGS: INDUSTRY AND HYDROGEN IN THE TRANSITION(S) 2050 SCENARIOS OF THE ADEME
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Industry and hydrogen in ADEME’s Prospective Energy Resource 2021 exercise
On 30 November, ADEME published its prospective report on achieving carbon neutrality by 2050: Transition(s) 2050. The result of two years of work by ADEME experts, punctuated by regular exchanges with its scientific council and with a hundred or so external partners and service providers, this study proposes four scenarios for achieving carbon neutrality in 2050, each exploring different transformations in technical, economic, social, governance and territorial dimensions.
During this webinar, the main assumptions and results of the four carbon neutrality scenarios for the industry and hydrogen sectors were presented and discussed.
THE PROGRAMME WAS:
- The Transition(s) 2050 scenarios in brief and then 2 focus
- Industry and Hydrogen: modelling, hypothesis, results and key messages
MORE ABOUT RTI
In 2022, ADEME is organising a series of webinars to decipher the challenges of industrial transition. These digital meetings will cover a number of topics such as sectoral analyses in industry, insights into decarbonisation technologies, a watch on the evolution of national and European regulations and their impact on industry, the involvement of financiers in industrial transition, etc.
Find the three previous editions of the Industrial Transition Meetings in the ADEME bookshop:
RTI n°1 – Launch of the Industrial Transition Meetings. ADEME’s initiatives for industrial transition. Industry in the Green Deal. ADEME opinion – CO2 capture and storage.
RTI n°2 – Decarbonising the cement industry by 2050: Final report of the Sector Transition Plan.
RTI n°3 – Low carbon investments, deindustrialisation and carbon footprint.