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How the European Union could achieve net-zero emissions at net-zero cost

A potential pathway to reduce the EU's emissions by 55% by 2030. Image: Unsplash/Guillaume Périgois

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Th EU will need to reduce net GHG emissions much faster to meet 2030 and 2050 climate targets. Image: EEA, Eurostat, McKisney analysis.
The bulk of Europe's emissions are generated by five sectors. Image: IEA, UNFCCC, McKinsey analysis
The power sector would reach net-zero emissions before the other Image: IEA; UNFCCC, McKinsey analysis
Through 2030, nearly two-thirds of emissions reduction could be achieved with energy efficiency and electrification. Image: McKinsey & Company
Reaching net zero would require an estimated 28 trillion euros in investment over the next 30 years. Image: IEA; UNFCCC, McKinsey analysis

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