S&P Global: "Ukraine Crisis Injects Urgency, Complexity into Energy Transition Plans"
This article details RFF's new Global Energy Outlook report and the related RFF Live event about the report and its implications.
Russia's invasion of Ukraine added uncertainty to already complicated climate change projections, but it likely will accelerate Europe's development of renewable resources to get away from Russian natural gas, a Washington, D.C., environmental and economic think tank said...
In the "Global Energy Outlook," Resources for the Future, or RFF, normalized data from a variety of energy forecasts so they can be compared on an apples-to-apples basis... The RFF researchers said natural gas demand would grow in almost every scenario, and wind and solar resources would grow dramatically. Despite the growth in cleaner energy resources, emissions would exceed climate change goals in most scenarios, RFF research analyst and report co-author Erin Campbell said.
Data Tool — May 20, 2020
Global Energy Outlook
Explore the definitive comparative analysis of global energy projections.
Report — Apr 7, 2022
Global Energy Outlook 2022: Turning Points and Tension in the Energy Transition
RFF's annual Global Energy Outlook report examines a range of projections for the global energy system, summarizing key implications for global energy consumption, emissions, and geopolitics.
RFF Live — Apr 7, 2022
The Global Energy Outlook 2022: Turning Points and Tension in the Energy Transition
An in-depth panel discussion on some of the potential long-term outlooks for energy markets in a year marked by progress and peril
On the Issues — Jan 20, 2023
On the Issues: Big Decisions in 2023, Benefits of Electric Vehicles, and More
A biweekly newsletter connecting global current events, pressing climate and energy policy news, and economics research from RFF scholars. This week: big decisions in 2023, benefits of electric vehicles, and more.