Website launched for the "Paris Agreement Compatible Scenarios for Energy Infrastructure" (PAC) project

The PAC project – “Paris Agreement Compatible Scenarios for Energy Infrastructure” has launched its brand new website at

The project has been established to develop a future energy scenario for Europe which is compatible with the Paris Agreement. The scenario, under development by civil society, shall guide European energy infrastructure planning and help to ensure that we are planning and building the infrastructure necessary for a future low carbon, renewables-based energy system.

The PAC consortium consists of Climate Action Network (CAN) Europe, European Environmental Bureau (EEB), Renewables Grid Initiative and REN21


The project has four main objectives:

  1. Review the TYNDP scenarios and assumptions
  2. Develop a Paris Agreement compatible energy scenario for Europe
  3. Work with energy modellers to share knowledge and improve capacity
  4. Raise global awareness about the importance of grids and collaborative scenario development

PAC combines analytical work of the consortium partners, direct engagement with stakeholders and dissemination work.

Andrew Carryer
Manager - Environment

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