This model breaks down 2050 and 2100’s global energy market, based on a dozen core input assumptions.
You can ‘flex’ these assumptions, to see how it will affect future oil, coal and gas demand, as well as global carbon emissions.
Annual data are provided back to 1750 to contextualize the energy transition relative to prior transitions in history (chart below).
We are positive on renewables, but fossil fuels retain a central role, particularly natural gas, which could ‘treble’ in our base case.
A fully decarbonized energy market is possible by 2050, achieved via game-changing technologies that feature in our research.