Electrification is the process of powering by electricity and, in many contexts, the introduction of such power by changing over from an earlier power source. The broad meaning of the term, such as in the history of technology, economic history, and economic development, usually applies to a region or national economy. Broadly speaking, electrification was the build-out of the electricity generation and electric power distribution systems that occurred in Britain, the United States, and other now-developed countries from the mid-1880s until around 1950 and is still in progress in rural areas in some developing countries. This included the transition in …



Climate Transparency · 27 November 2023 English

The G20 countries need to accelerate climate action with higher ambition, stronger implementation, and deeper cooperation. This Call gives an overview on the consumption, production as well as expansion plans …

to transition away from oil and gas towards electrification across the G20. THE ENERGY INTENSITY OF BUILDINGS energy-related CO₂ emissions in the G20. Increased electrification in conjunction with renewable energy will mostly in the OECD countries of the G20. Yet, electrification is taking off. With 8.4 million vehicles, the Drawing inspiration from the rapid transport electrification in fellow G20 nations, Brazil should intensify needs to keep its strong pace in vehicular electrification and green hydrogen production China is leading

IEA: International Energy Agency · 24 November 2023 English

The global oil and gas industry encompasses a large and diverse range of players: from small, specialised operators to huge national oil companies. These producers face pivotal choices about their …

nearly 45% in 2030 and 80% in 2050, reflecting electrification ambitions announced by governments, including APS and NZE Scenario IEA. CC BY 4.0. The electrification of cars and trucks makes the largest contribution 2022 2030 2050 2022 2030 2050 Wind and solar Electrification Low-emissions fuels Energy efficiency Avoided Scenario, oil use in buildings is eliminated by electrification of heating and cooking appliances, even as generation. Electrification. Around 140 bcm of natural gas is displaced through end-use electrification by 2050

NewClimate Institute for Climate Policy and Global Sustainability · 24 November 2023

sources in the power and industry sector; mobile battery storage is of course critical for the electrification of the transport sector. [...] Whilst the recent developments and trends are promising the availability

IRENA: International Renewable Energy Agency · 24 November 2023 English

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in consultation with the Alliance for Rural Electrification (ARE). Input, feedback and support were received Table 8 Malaysia: Sarawak Alternative Rural Electrification Scheme (SARES) government programme ...... Community Engagement Toolkit PEC Photovoltaic Electrification Committee (Mexico) DC direct current PPA power Alternative Rural HKH Hindu Kush Himalaya Electrification Scheme HOMER Hybrid Optimisation of Multiple d.). 2 A ccess (to electricity) rate (or “electrification rate”) refers to the share of the population

SMF: Social Market Foundation · 23 November 2023 English

One of the criticisms of CERT is that, owing to the broad eligibility of the scheme, many homeowners who arguably could have afforded to adopt some of the measures without …

tion-developing- local-good-home-hub. 42 “Electrification of Heat - Case Studies,” Energy Systems Catapult 2023, https://es.catapult.org.uk/case-study/electrification-of-heat-case-studies-on- heat-pump-experiences/

Global CSS Institute · 23 November 2023 English

To underpin the long-awaited CCS strategy, the European Commission also commissioned two studies; one on the CCS Directive implementing report EU regulation for the development of the market for CO2 …

deployment of CCS, with the aim of creating a electrification and LNG projects as part of efforts to framework

UNDP: United Nations Development Programme · 23 November 2023 English

This energy governance policy paper serves as a strategic framework for UNDP teams and their partners to craft cohesive and impactful responses to foster a just energy transition. It intends …

DeRisking Renewable Energy Investment: Off-Grid Electrification, 2018, UNDP, Access at: https://www.undp.o org/publications/drei-grid-electrification-2018 [34] Derisking Renewable Energy Initiative, UNDP, December

GFEI: Global Fuel Economy Initiative · 23 November 2023 English

CO2 emissions have declined even faster, at a rate of 2.1% per year between 2005 and 2022, as electrification affects carbon emissions more than energy consumption.

of 2.1% per year between 2005 and 2022, as electrification affects carbon emissions more than energy CO2 per km are being offset by increased electrification, thanks to markedly lower specific energy analysis also shows a rapid increase in vehicle electrification, with strong EV adoption in China, Europe also in light of the transition to vehicle electrification (Feiqi et al., 2020; Liu et al., 2022; Jin in Europe and India. This means that the electrification trend is stronger than the SUVs shift, when

CIGS: Canon Institute for Global Studies · 22 November 2023 English

By looking into the changes in the Middle East, especially in the Persian Gulf region as a major oil and gas producing area that is expected to be significantly affected …

construction of new systems. (3) Accelerated electrification Obviously, transition to renewable energy will the mainstay in the energy sector. And this electrification is advancing rapidly. At the same time, this energy, fossil fuel plays a smaller role, electrification advances, and energy is distributed, and these

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