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A Vision for a Renewable Energy World

In the coming 30 years, it will be crucial that the world's energy systems be made environmentally benign and sufficient to meet everybody's energy needs. We have better technologies than ever before to use energy efficiently, and to use the world's renewable energy resources without harming the environment.

INFORSE's Vision2050 programme shows how we can change the world's unsustainable energy system into a sustainable one. According to this Vision, 100% sustainable energy can be achieved by 2050.

INFORSE Sustainable Energy Visions available:
The Global Vision2050 is described on the INFORSE homepage, and at INFORSE's page on VisionWorld.
EU Visions and several individual country Visions are available on the INFORSE-Europe's Vision2050 homepage.

In Africa, scenarios for 100% renewable energy are under development for Kenya and Uganda in the framework of the of the EASE & CA project in 2020-21.
The Kenya 100 % Renewable Energy Scenario by 2050 (pdf, 2 MB) was launched on September 3, 2020 at an online event organised by Suswatch Kenya in coopeartion with INFORSE Secretariat and INFORSE-East Africa. Read more on the event at

INFORSE Tools to Developing National Visions
The INFORSE Vision2050 Scenarios are facilitated by a a speadshheet tool developed by INFORSE-Europe. The series of spread sheets tool can be used to make energy balances decade by decade, illustrating a possible development 2000-50. With inputs in the form of a current energy balance and trends for development in energy service demand, energy efficiency, fuel shift and development of renewable energy, it is possible to make possible future energy balances, following the Vision2050. The tool also calculates CO2 emissions. The latest scenarios are also facilitated with the modul of the EnergyPlan developed by the Aalborg University.

The speadsheet tool is available free to INFORSE members and cooperating networks. If you are interested in more information about the tool, and eventually to use it, please contact INFORSE att. Gunnar Boye Olesen, at