Stakeholder Study: E-Fuels – The potential of electricity based fuels for low emission transport in the EU

The study analyses the future energy demand of the European transport market, along with the necessary build-up of renewable energy capacities and the related investments needed to achieve an 80-95% reduction in greenhouse gases (GHGs). The main topics and questions of the study are: How can e-fuels help the transport sector meet the EU climate targets? To what extent do renewable energy capacities need to be increased in order to meet energy demand in the transport sector? What is the amount of cumulated investments needed for energy and fuel supply by 2050?

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Source: German Energy Agency

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