Australia can cut emissions by 81% by 2030 with a national cleantech rollout: Report
Beyond Zero Emissions is a leading Australian think tank demonstrating how the country can prosper in a zero-emissions economy. BZE’s latest report outlines Six existing technologies that can help cut Australia’s emissions by 81% by 2030.
The Deploy report demonstrates that an 81% emissions reduction is achievable by 2030 with an ambitious rollout of cleantech over the next five years, supported by targeted carbon drawdown. This can create up to 195,000 jobs and repower Australia’s manufacturing regions.
Deploy outlines a five-year deployment plan, identifying the most impactful market-ready technologies, the number of units of each technology we need to deploy, and what it means for rollout rates over the next five years.
A technology rollout at scale, plus carbon drawdown for targeted activities, can put Australia on the path to achieving the IPCC scenario SSP1-1.9 (for 1.5 deg of average global warming) and create 195,000 jobs that are not susceptible to the boom and bust of the fossil fuel markets.
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