Trends and projections in Europe 2023
This report explores the historical trends, most recent progress and projected future progress on climate change mitigation through reduced GHG emissions, renewable energy gains and improved energy efficiency. It builds upon data reported by the EU-27 Member States, five EEA member countries and nine Contracting Parties of the Energy Community.
ETC CM report 2022/05: Trends and projections in the EU ETS in 2022
This report analyses recent, current and future emissions trends under the European Union (EU) Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS). It also analyses the balance between supply and demand of allowances on the market. This report is based on data and information provided by the European Commission and Member States as of July 2022. The data on verified emissions and compliance of operators under the EU ETS for the years up to 2021 are based on an extract from the EU Transaction Log on 1 July 2022.This report is divided into four parts: Recent trends, long-term trends and projected emission trends, as well as one section dedicated to an outlook to 2030, including a discussion of the revision to the ETS proposed as part of the Commission’s “Fit for 55” package.
Trends and projections in Europe 2022
This report explores the historical trends, most recent progress and projected future paths towards mitigating climate change through reduced greenhouse gas emissions, renewable energy gains and improved energy efficiency. It builds on data reported by the 27 EU Member States (EU-27), Iceland and Norway.
Trends and projections in Europe 2021
The year 2020 saw remarkable progress towards meeting the EU's climate and energy targets. Rarely in the publication of the annual Trends and projections in Europe report has this executive summary presented such substantial progress as this edition does. Preliminary estimates indicate that, in 2020, we witnessed the full achievement — and even overachievement — of Europe's 20-20-20 goals for climate change mitigation, renewable energy deployment and energy efficiency gains. This keeps Europe well on track in its journey towards climate neutrality by mid-century.