Limiting the global temperature increase to well below 2°C – if possible to 1.5°C: this is the international community's objective. Governments, civil society, researchers and the private sector all around the world are working together to achieve it.
This will require a significant reduction in emissions from agriculture, industry, transport and many other sectors between now and 2050. How can we make our energy supply secure, accessible, emission-free and sustainable? The answer: through a global energy transition.
Energy derived from the wind, the sun, geothermal heat or the sea; technologies that allow energy to be stored right up until it is actually needed; coupling sectors so energy is used as efficiently as possible; creating completely new forms of mobility that allow people to reach their destination faster and more conveniently than ever before using a small amount of clean energy – the energy transition has the world on tenterhooks and is constantly opening up new opportunities and possibilities on a truly global scale.
Want to find out more?
Then visit the Energy in Transition – Powering Tomorrow travelling exhibition organised by the German Federal Foreign Office.
The global energy transition cannot happen overnight. We need joint solutions to create a secure, sustainable and affordable energy supply. With the Energy in Transition – Powering Tomorrow travelling exhibition, we highlight the various perspectives held on the transformation of energy systems. We make a contribution at local level to the global dialogue on the energy transition together with our European neighbours and international partners.
Take a look at where the exhibition is due to stop off and follow the debate on the energy transition around the world.
You will be able to see the exhibition in these 13 selected locations in 2021.
You can find out more about the energy transition in Germany and ‘The German Energiewende’ exhibition here.
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