Evolution of electricity distribution on the ORES grid in a 2050 net-zero emissions trajectory
As part of its industrial investment plan for the 2024-2038 regulatory period, ORES asked Climact to evaluate the evolution of electricity consumption on its distribution networks in a decarbonization trajectory.
To do so, Climact translated for Wallonia the implications of the CORE95 scenario carried out for the FPS Environment in 2020. This scenario corresponds to a “Net Zero Emissions” trajectory that uses technological and behavioral decarbonization levers in a balanced way.
In this study, Climact has shown how distribution network operators such as ORES are at the forefront of the low-carbon transition since they host a significant part of the new energy uses that are linked to it: electric vehicles, heat pumps, decentralized renewable production, …
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