European electricity sector: "2050 is too late"

More than 3,500 electricity companies in Europe have joined forces in a declaration promoting renewable energy and aiming to achieve CO2 neutrality "well before" 2050. This will be an investment engine for Danish electricity technology, says the Danish Energy Association.

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Achieving CO2 neutrality in 2050 is too late, if we are to achieve the target in the Paris Agreement to stay below 2 (and preferably 1.5) degrees Celsius global warming by the end of this century.

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