10 key energy transition technologies have been identified by DNV, the independent assurance and risk management provider, as being expected to develop, compete, and interact over the next five years if global economies are to meet emissions reduction targets.
With urgent action required, DNV aim to make an assessment of each technology and evaluate just how they can contribute to the large-scale energy transition ahead.
These technologies were revealed in the Technology Progress Report, a new supplement to DNV’s annual Energy Transition Outlook.
The specific aim is to allow both industry and government the ability to see how they can help reduce emissions by prioritising different areas and to continue in such a manner up until mid-century.
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