EGaF, the European Gas Forum, outlines how a lower-cost, lower-risk, and low-carbon energy mix for Europe can be achieved based on cost-effective and technology neutral CO2 mitigation solutions, combining necessary actions on climate change with secure and affordable access to energy.

In the period up to 2030, EGaF argues that Europe can meet its CO2 target with existing, lower cost technologies. Existing natural gas infrastructure can be leveraged to power Europe in a safe and sustainable way – which will deliver low-carbon at a low-cost.

Download press release pdf: EGaF 2050 Press release