The world now faces tremendous challenges associated with pollution, greenhouse gas emission, climate change, and the need for sustainable development. Net-zero’s goal is highly ambitious, from developed to developing countries. Achieving this global goal requires governments to assume their role in coordination with the energy transition and technological readiness for adoption and commercialization to the market.
The clean growth pledge requires a dramatic transition from heavy carbon to low-carbon energy sources to fulfill ambitious energy and climate commitments with the first phase – a 30% carbon emission decline by 2030.
Hence, mapping out a routine for a 30 by 30 pathway with energy scenarios using computational models helps decision-makers assess and keep track of the project changes to the energy mix needed to meet climate and environmental targets.
Angelin prioritizes a clear pathway and real action plan for low-carbon targets that are both suitable with the current resources of the Vietnam market and condition and harmonious benefits among 3E dimensions.