Energy Transitions Comission
Energy Transitions Commission

Founding Year: 2015

Staff:

Budget:

Lord Adair Turner (Chair)

The Energy Transition Commission is a multi-industry initiative funded by Royal Dutch Shell. It was founded “to support energy decision-makers to meet the twin objectives of economic development and climate change mitigation.”

Publications:

ETC has several publications on its website, including:

  • Better Energy, Greater Prosperity (2017)
  • Economic Growth in a Low Carbon World (2017)
  • Pathways from Paris: Assessing the INDC Opportunity (2016)

 

Energy Transitions Commission contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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