Achieving the Paris Climate Agreement Goals

@inproceedings{Teske2019AchievingTP,
  title={Achieving the Paris Climate Agreement Goals},
  author={Sven Teske},
  year={2019}
}
  • Sven Teske
  • Published 24 January 2019
  • Environmental Science
An overview of the motivations behind the writing of this book, the scientific background and context of the research. Brief outline of all methodologies used, followed by assumptions and the storyline of each scenario. Presentation of main results of the renewable energy resources assessment, transport scenario, longterm energy pathway, the power sector analysis, employment analysis and an assessment for required metals for renewable energy and storage technologies. Key results of non-energy… 

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