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This page records the latest updates from the PAC project, including the consortium's participation in third-party events, project news and press reporting. Please get in touch at info@pac-scenarios.eu with any queries.

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EEB Policy Brief: A sustainable hydrogen strategy for the EU

In this policy brief, EEB explores the challenges related to the environmental and economic sustainability of renewable hydrogen production and use....

CAN Europe and RGI contribute to the Ten-Year Network Development Plan (TYNDP)

The Ten-Year Network Development Plan (TYNDP) building process has started and the two PAC consortium partners, CAN Europe and RGI, contributed to it...

EEB Policy Brief on Nature-Positive Renewables – Building on the Paris Agreement Compatible (PAC) energy scenario

This policy brief from the European Environmental Bureau (EEB) outlines the challenges and potential solutions related to a broad spectrum of...

No time to lose: Short-term measures to minimise impacts of the severe energy crises in Europe and Germany

In this paper written in the context of the PAC project, authors Antonella Battaglini and Andrzej Ceglarz propose a set of actions to reduce...

Workshop Summary Report - Accelerating full decarbonisation: Resource optimisation in energy infrastructure planning

This report summarises the outcomes of a February 2022 online Modellers’ Exchange Workshop co-organised by RGI and Hitachi Energy titled...

Joint Statement

The consortium partners of the Paris Agreement Compatible (PAC) Scenarios for Energy Infrastructure project deplore the use of military forces by...

Pathways to optimising energy and empowering nature - PAC at RGI/IUCN annual conference

By transforming current energy systems to become based entirely on renewable energy sources, we will face numerous challenges and opportunities...

The PAC project at COP26 in Glasgow

The PAC project featured in a COP26-side event held by RGI, ABB and the Dutch Ministry for Infrastructure and Water Management.

PAC is back! Consortium re-joins forces to launch PAC 2.0

The NGO-based consortium of RGI, CAN Europe, EEB and REN21 has re-joined forces for the implementation of the PAC scenario.

A call for an open source culture in energy system modelling

If you have a good hand of cards, you shouldn’t fear playing them face up – the establishment of an open source culture offers an effective way of...

PAC in the public debate

The PAC project is a collaborative effort which has not been seen before in this field and is increasingly cited in publications, news outlets and independent media. Below you will find a selection of recent media which directly references the PAC consortium and our work.