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At a recent Pentalateral Energy Forum, the two largest electricity-producing countries in Europe, France and Germany, along with another five European nations including Austria, Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg, and Switzerland, reached an agreement that is a joint declaration which commits to achieving the decarbonization of power systems by 2035.

The statement by the seven nations emphasizes that timely decarbonization of power systems is a prerequisite for achieving comprehensive decarbonization by 2050, as demonstrated by careful study and referencing the International Energy Agency’s (IEA) net-zero emission roadmap. Consequently, the seven countries endorse a collective goal of achieving the decarbonization of power system by 2035, contributing to the European power sector’s decarbonization by 2040, and further advancing towards the ultimate goal of comprehensive decarbonization by 2050.

Source: WeChat Official Account—鑫椤锂电

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