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100% renewable electricity: how could it work and pathways to get there

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02/2017

Speaker: Professor Christian Breyer (Lappeenranta University of Technology (LUT), Finland) The presentation is on the key question after the Paris Agreement. Why we should have a net zero emission system and why this should be a renewable one? It will be highlighted how such a 100% RE system would look like in different parts in the word and what the key components would be. Finally the cost are a decisive driver, so that society can decide whether one should go for it or not. One of the major questions are how to transform our current energy system step by step to a 100% renewable energy system. This will be shown for some countries and the energy sectors power, desalination and industrial gas demand.

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Title100% renewable electricity: how could it work and pathways to get there
Date17/02/17 → …
LocationLancaster University
CityLancaster
CountryUnited Kingdom
Degree of recognitionLocal event