As the fossil energy source with the lowest environmental impact, gas can immediately contribute to reducing CO₂ emissions, helping with the transition to a decarbonized energy system.
Gas could be an ally in containing emissions by replacing more polluting sources and complementing decarbonization solutions. Environmental needs matter in the energy transition.
One of the effects of the crisis caused by the pandemic is the reduced availability of economic resources. In the current context of uncertainty, gas arguably has a bigger role to play in the energy transition than before. However, the contribution of this abundant energy carrier to reducing polluting emissions does not convince everyone and its potential varies by region.
The EU has assigned this energy vector a leading role in its strategic transition towards a zero environmental impact economy by 2050. There is no lack of obstacles, but the world of research is committed to overcoming them.
For now, gas is the winner: low prices have made it more convenient to use, so consumption is growing, while coal slows down.
The main challenge for the sector is to ensure clean and sustainable energy in line with the UN’s 2030 Agenda.
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