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1 Mt. Source: National Allocation Plan and Annual European Community greenhouse gas inventory 1990–2003 and inventory report 2005. 6% above the level necessary to meet its Kyoto commitment, assuming a linear path from 1990 emissions to 2010 target emissions. It also noted that only with additional measures would it be able to meet its Kyoto commitment. Over the long term, in the absence of emissions trading or a carbon price, longterm CO2 emissions are expected to rise through 2030. 1% annual rate between 2020 and 2030.

Summary TPES results comparing the five scenarios are presented in Table 8. The results show that apart from the 2030 results in the two nuclear scenarios, expected TPES results are fairly similar and robust. In 2030 the two nuclear scenarios show TPES levels significantly higher than in the reference scenario. The renewables and CHP scenario predicts slightly lower overall primary energy consumption than the other scenarios. 4% 57 040 57 040 57 040 Source: Perspectives énergétiques pour la Belgique à l’horizon 2030, Bureau fédéral du plan, January 2004.

Includes geothermal, solar, wind and ambient heat production. Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries, IEA/OECD Paris, 2005. Australia Austria Belgium Canada Czech Republic Denmark Finland France Germany Greece Hungary Ireland Italy Japan Korea Luxembourg Netherlands Norway New Zealand Portugal Spain Sweden Switzerland Turkey United Kingdom United States 60% 80% Total Primary Energy Supply in IEA Countries, 2004* Figure 3 100% Other** Nuclear Hydro Combustible renewables and waste Gas Oil Coal TPES.

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