This comprehensive study published at the end of 2020 assesses the potential for renewable energy deployment in the CESEC region by 2030. The study analyses the expected deployment of renewables in the CESEC region by 2030 under a Reference Case (assuming the implementation of existing plans, agreed policies and targets), but also goes beyond and provides forecasts for variable renewable energy options available on a country-by-country basis to accelerate the deployment of renewables by 2030. The study covers all aspects of energy use, including power and district heat supply as well as end uses in buildings, industry and transport. It also analyses how an accelerated uptake of renewables would affect energy costs, investments, fossil-fuel consumption, greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, the environment and people’s health.
The study can be downloaded here.