has developed the "Vision2050" scenario models
for global, regional and national scales for the period 2000 - 2050.
With these models, the scenarios show how we can move towards
supplying 100% of our energy needs for renewable sources in 20 to 40
years, starting from 2010.
Explore the models:
Scenario for Phase out of Fossil and Nuclear Energy Until 2040
(updated July 2011, presented on December 2, 2010)
transition to renewable energy and economic
of Belarus - Latvia - Lithuania, transistion
to renewable energy (2011)
to renewable energy (udpated December 2010)
• Denmark, (updated
in July 2011, presented in September 2010)
transition to renewable energy (November 2011)
transition to renewable energy (March 2013)
transition to renewable until 2040,
economic calculations until 2020, (update December 2010)
• Lithuania, transition
to renewable energy (December 2010)
transition to renewable energy
• Russia, transition to renewable energy
• Slovakia, transistion
to renewable energy
• Ukraine, transition
to renewable energy, (version 2003)
put fossil fuels until 2030 New
Susatianable Energy Vision Brochure
Vision Brochure, Version December 2010, (891 kB).
Carbon Societies Network:
is partner on an FP7 Project, where Civil Society Organisations
and Researchers working on Low Carbon Scenarios.
The project is in 2009-12.
Read more on the project at: www.lowcarbon-societies.eu .
Scenarios Presented at the
Zero Carbon Road Show 2010
more in the Articles of Sustainable Energy News:
Renewable Energy in the EU by 2040 - A New Vision from INFORSE-Europe
By Gunnar Boye Olesen, INFORSE-Europe
Sustainable Energy News, No. 71, December
2010, 1-page article on page no. 5
Sustainable Energy News, No. 72, December 2011, article on page no. 10.
No. 71 ( 2.9
MB 12-page issue)
100% Renewable Energy in 2030 with Good Economy - Denmark
By Gunnar Boye Olesen, INFORSE-Europe/VE
Sustainable Energy News, No. 70, October 2010, 1-page article on page
SEN 70 ( 1.96
By Paul Allen, Centre for Alternative
Technology & INFORSE-Europe Board,
Sustainable Energy News, No. 69, June 2010, article on page no. 11.
SEN 69 ( 1.6
MB pdf 12-page issue)
Sustainable Energy Visions
By Gunnar Boye Olesen, INFORSE-Europe/OVE
Sustainable Energy News, No. 62, October
2008, 2-page article
pdf 211 kB)
Watch Group Reports on Declining Oil, Coal and Uranium Resources
Sustainable Energy News, No. 59, December 2007, 1-page
583 82 kB)
# Sustainable Energy Vision 2050: Vision 2050 is INFORSE's
campaign for a global transition to renewable energy by 2050. Possible?
Realistic? Historical Change in the Industry?
Sustainable Energy News, No.
58, October 2007, 1-page
533 82 kB)
What is Behind and What are the Consequences
in Sustainable Energy News, No. 57. August 2007, 1-page
Global Sustainable Energy Vision 2050, How Fast we can Change?
Phase our Nuclear, No Need for All Resources, A Vision for EU
The Challenge of Reducing Heat Consumption, Efficient
Transport, Decoupling Growth, Renewable Energy, Nuclear and Fossil Energy
Sustainable Energy News, No. 55, December
2006, 3-page article (pdf
Can NGOs Use Sustainable Energy Visions, Scenarios and
the 1970's NGOs have made alternative energy plans and visions,
and have found that they are able to improve their work and be
in the society, when they have well prepared plans and visions that support
Read an overview of "How
to use Sustainable Energy Visions" (pdf 28
has developed a serial of spread sheets that can be used to make energy
balances decade by decade, illustrating a possible development
2000-2050. With inputs in the form of a current energy balance and
trends for development in energy service demand, energy efficiency,
and development of renewable energy, it is possible to make possible
future energy balances, following the Vision2050. The tool also calculates
The tool is available
free to INFORSE members and cooperating European networks. If you
are interested in more information about
the tool, and
eventually to use it, please contact INFORSE-Europe by email to email@example.com.
INFORSE has also compiled Planning Tools to
be used in conjunction with establishing Vision 2050 models, including
a guideline for assessment of renewable energy potentials, employment
has been involved in the development of a wind power strategy for EU.
This is one of the inputs for the European Vision 2050. Read more:
wind strategy and campaign.