Renewable gas pivotal to reaching net-zero GHG in Europe, as it is in North America

If Europe is to reduce it greenhouse gas emissions to net zero by the middle of the century, renewable gas used in existing gas infrastructure could play an important role, according to a newly published study.

By Bioenergy Insight. 

To comply with the Paris Agreement to keep global warming below 2°C, Europe must meet this net zero GHG goal.

The new study, published by the Gas for Climate initiative, aims to set out a plan to meet this target in a cost-effective way.