Energy Modeling Forum

Both Canada and the U.S. have committed to net-zero emissions by 2050, but neither currently has policies in place to reach this ambitious target. There is a need for energy-economy-emissions modelling analyses to highlight the alternative policy and technological pathways that could decarbonize each country’s economies. The Energy Modeling Forum at Stanford University is in the process of publishing the work of a multi-year project (EMF37: Deep Decarbonization & High Electrification Scenarios for North America), which coordinates the modelling inputs and results for over 35 scenarios exploring the differences in cost, energy use, and abatement distribution between alternative pathways to net-zero emissions. Navius Research Inc. and EMRG collaborated to model over a dozen of these net-zero scenarios.

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