Energy efficient technologies could cut consumption by 40%, fresh research suggests

Energy efficiency improvements and the deployment of clean technologies could help drive down overall energy consumption by around 40%, recent research by BP has been able to suggest.

The paper suggests while meeting the goals of the Paris Agreement is technically feasible, technology advances alone cannot deliver the carbon reductions needed and significant investment in other areas would also be required.

It suggests further action should include policy measures such as putting a price on carbon emissions, as well as encouraging consumers to make more sustainable choices.

The study says digital technologies such as sensors, big data and artificial intelligence could make a significant impact on emissions.

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