IEA says shipping won’t reach zero emissions by 2050
It is envisaged that in a net-zero energy sector by 2050, two-thirds of energy sources will come from renewables, while fossil fuels account for just over 20% of global energy demand. About 7.6bn tonnes of CO2 will be captured, enabling a carbon-neutral state
The International Energy Association forecasts shipping as one of ‘the few transport modes that does not achieve zero emissions by 2050’ in new road map for global energy net-zero emissions by mid-century. But with a projected 86% drop in CO2 emissions by 2050, more than 60% of shipping fuels will be hydrogen-based
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