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D6.8 Summary Report on Final Conference

Summary The final conference of the INNOPATHS project took place on 31st May and 1st June 2021. It was hosted by the European University Institute (EUI), but was held via Zoom, due to ongoing travel and meeting restrictions across Europe during the Covid-19 pandemic. This report summarises the sessions across the two days of the […]

Comparing expert elicitation and model-based probabilistic technology cost forecasts for the energy transition

Forecasting is essential to design efforts to address climate change. We conduct a systematic comparison of probabilistic technology cost forecasts produced by expert elicitation and model-based methods. We assess their performance by generating probabilistic cost forecasts of energy technologies rooted at various years in the past and then comparing these with observed costs in 2019. […]

Register now! Decarbonising European industry and steel in the global context

Options and Strategies from recent research. Supported by results from the INNOPATHS Programme. Event Information Date: 8 July Time: 9:00 – 11:30 (BST) Registration: Register here About the event The climate goals agreed in the Paris Agreement, and the need for ‘net zero’ emissions to stabilise the atmosphere, cannot be achieved without decarbonising energy-intensive industry.  […]

D5.5 Summary Roadmap of the EU energy system

Summary The INNOPATHS Roadmap aims to assess the technical and socio-economic feasibility of different, contrasted transformation pathways towards climate neutrality by 2050 and identify if there are robust strategies that are relevant across narratives to achieve deep decarbonisation by 2050. The model-based analysis confirms that the transition to carbon neutrality will result in transformative structural […]

D4.1 Report on assessment of low-carbon pathways for economic growth, industrial competitiveness and employment in EU countries

Summary The INNOPATHS project aims to provide a fully-fledged assessment of the technology, policy, energy and socio-economic impacts of decarbonisation strategies for the EU. In this context, the deliverable D4.1 aims to provide a comprehensive analysis of the activity growth, employment, trade and competitiveness effects of current and future European energy and climate policy measures. […]

D4.4: Report on governance of low-carbon transitions and infrastructure development

Summary City-level decisions are crucial for delivering a low carbon transition, particularly as urban population dynamics and environments change in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Ensuring appropriate governance structures, mechanisms and resources to facilitate these decisions is therefore essential. Based on a systematic literature review by van der Heijden (2019), this report develops a simple […]

D3.9 Report on decarbonisation in the transport sector

Summary The INNOPATHS project is using an intensive process of stakeholder engagement and co-design in order to inform the development of technologically-detailed decarbonisation pathways for Europe out to 2050. Building on the stakeholder-developed narratives, state-of-the-art energy-economy-transport models will develop quantitative scenarios leading towards low-carbon transformation pathways. In addition, sector-specific tasks focus on improving the model […]

D2.6 Decarbonisation Policy Evaluation Tool [DPET] ) previously referred to as the “Policy Assessment Framework Online Tool”

Summary This deliverable summarizes insights from the systematic literature review of the environmental, technical and socio-economic impacts of policy instruments that are being considered to foster transitions to carbon neutral economies—work that was carried out under T2.5 of the INNOPATHS project. It also presents and describes the Decarbonisation Policy Evaluation Tool (DPET), an online tool […]

D2.2 Prototype of Policy Evaluation Tool [Online Tool]

Summary This deliverable presents and describes the prototype for the Policy Evaluation Tool (PET) which has been developed in the INNOPATHS project. The PET was designed to be an integrated, interactive and open online platform to be used by policy makers, industry representatives, researchers and the general public across Europe. The online tool gives guidance […]