In a world changed by the Covid-19 pandemic, DNV believes it is more important than ever to understand our energy future.
What will the new Energy normal look like and what impact does this have for Southeast Asia?
We invite you to our upcoming webinar where Sverre Alvik, Director of the Energy Transition Programme will present findings from DNV’s recent Energy Transition Outlook, with special emphasis on Southeast Asia.
Alvik will also share his perspective on the recent IEA Net Zero by 2050 report.
Highlights from the report:
- The economic and behavourial impact of Covid-19 has reduced the amount of energy required by humanity. In 2050, the world will use 8% less energy than previously forecasted.
- Oil demand is unlikely to recover to previous levels and 2019 will go down as the year of peak CO2 emissions, five years earlier than the pre-pandemic forecast.
- In the space of a generation, renewables will gain parity with fossil fuels in the energy mix. 2032 is the year of peak energy – the first time in post-industrial times that humanity will start using less energy, despite the global economy growing.
DNV’s annual Energy Transition Outlook, now in its fourth edition, presents the results from our independent model of the world’s energy system. It covers the period through to 2050 and forecasts the energy transition globally and in 10 world regions. The report is intended as a strategy-forming tool for analysts and decision makers within the industry and other stakeholders.
Curious about the report? Download it here.