roadmap 2050 / What if... Europe became Eneropa?

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Roadmap 2050 was commissioned by the European Climate Foundation to determine how the EU’s CO2 emission reduction goals, set in 2009, could efficiently be met. The report includes extensive technical, economic, and policy analyses conducted by the Imperial College London, KEMA, McKinsey & Company, Oxford Economics, and AMO.

AMO developed a graphic narrative about the geographic, political, and cultural implications of a zero-carbon power sector which shows how, through the complete integration and synchronization of the EU’s energy infrastructure, Europe can take maximum advantage of its geographical diversity. Under the AMO-devised scenario, titled Eneropa, the simultaneous presence of various renewable energy sources within the EU would create a complementary system of energy provision ensuring energy security for future generations.




Reinier de Graaf (1964, Schiedam) is a Dutch architect and writer. He is a partner in the Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA), where he leads projects in Europe, Russia and the Middle East. Reinier is the co-founder of OMA’s think-tank AMO and Sir Arthur Marshall Visiting Professor of Urban Design at the Department of Architecture of the University of Cambridge. He is the author of the book Four Walls and a Roof: The Complex Nature of a Simple Profession, named best books of 2017 by both the Financial Times and the Guardian.







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