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Working Paper 05-18 - Insights in a clean energy future for Belgium - Impact assessment of the 2030 Climate & Energy Framework

Danielle Devogelaer and Dominique Gusbin

Working Papers from Federal Planning Bureau, Belgium

Abstract: In October 2017, the Federal Planning Bureau published its three-yearly energy outlook describing the Belgian energy and emission projections under unchanged policy up to horizon 2050. That outlook demonstrates that we are drifting away from agreed targets and international agreements made to protect future societies from hazardous levels of climate change. That is why that outlook is complemented by this report that adopts a different perspective. This publication describes and analyses three alternative policy scenarios that are compatible both with the 2030 EU Climate and Energy Framework and with the roadmap for moving to a competitive low-carbon economy in 2050.

JEL-codes: C6 O2 Q4 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2018-05-17
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