Long-Term Strategies are key instruments for transforming the economies of Member States and achieving the EU’s ambitious climate neutrality goals.
National long-term strategies (LTS), as long-term energy policy documents submitted by EU Member States to the European Commission, give an insight into the envisioned decarbonisation pathways of particular countries.
Long-term (climate) Strategies (LTSs) stand out from other government strategies, as they provide a vision of the national economy far into the future and encompass an unusually broad spectrum of policy areas.
Modern, low-carbon district heating networks are important vectors for decarbonizing the European heating sector.
Climate planning for 2050 has become a core strand of debate in the European Union. Focus has shifted to a potential revision of the EU’s long-term climate objectives within the context of a new 2050 strategy, which is to be submitted to the United Nations under the Paris Agreement by 2020.