Carbon neutrality by 2050 – this is the goal that has been set by the EU Green Deal. But the Estonian Government goes even further. Estonia is currently implementing a motivation package to ensure that local governments achieve it by 2030.
It is agreed that CO2 emissions need to be reduced and by 2050 carbon neutrality achieved. So far it has only been discussed in the country level, but there's more and more understanding that the key is in every person's hands.
The EU Green Deal is set to prioritize energy efficiency and develop a power sector based largely on renewable sources.
Climate budget is a management tool to reach climate goals. It's a framework that tells what should be done, when, and by whom to achieve target annual CO2 emissions.
In Rexplorer, we work on a map-based platform with the most relevant data for climate budgets.
Rexplorer makes it easy to find the best suitable land plots for producing renewable energy.
Ideas about calculating an impact of a solar park.
Municipalities play an important role in this transition towards a low-carbon society.
A similar concept is already launched in Norway, where the first successful climate budgets were done in several municipalities (e.g. Oslo).
More and more data is becomes available to help them make better decisions during the transition. For example, to find out the potential of producing renewable energy, and to see the instant effect on climate goals.
Our platform will make it easier to reach the goal by changing the parameters and observing the effects. For example, as more more than 70% of greenhouse gas emissions come from burning fossil fuels (oil, gas, coal), increasing renewable energy reduces the need for non-renewables.
Such an up-to-date tool can give them the overview of their current production of green energy, the potential effect of the new development and the status towards carbon neutrality.
Valdadel on energia- ja kliimakavadega pikk tee minna