National Roadmap for Greenhouse Gas Reductions by 2030

The government plans to reduce greenhouse gas output by more than 200 million tons by 2030. The plan affects eight different economic sectors. Out of those, the power generation sector will see the biggest reduction of more than 19% of greenhouse gas output.

Quantified targets

Reduction of 25.9 MTCO2e from transportation by 2030 against a 2016 baseline

Transportation | General | Base Year Target | Base year: 2016

Reduction of 28.2 MTCO2e from new energy industries by 2030 against a 2016 baseline

Energy | Renewable Energy | Base Year Target | Base year: 2016

Reduction of 1 MTCO2e from agriculture and livestock by 2030 against a 2016 baseline

LULUCF | Land Use Change | Base Year Target | Base year: 2016

Reduction of 3.6 MTCO2e from public and other sectors by 2030 against a 2016 baseline

Energy | Energy Intensity | Base Year Target | Base year: 2016

The industrial sector, which includes steel, petrochemicals, and 20 other business types, is to reduce 56.4 MTCO2e through energy efficiency improvements, gas development through environmentally friendly processes, refrigerant replacement, innovative technologies, and waste resource use by 2030 against a 2016 baseline

Industry | Energy Intensity | Base Year Target | Base year: 2016

Reduction of 3.6 MTCO2e from waste by 2030 against a 2016 baseline

Waste | Waste Reduction | Base Year Target | Base year: 2016

Reduction of 35.8 MTCO2e from buildings by 2030 against a 2016 baseline

Buildings | Energy Efficiency | Base Year Target | Base year: 2016

Reduction of 64.5 MTCO2e in the power generation sector, which is to be achieved through adoption of low-carbon power sources, management of electricity demand, and higher electricity transmission and supply efficiency, by 2030 against a 2016 baseline

Energy | Energy Efficiency | Base Year Target | Base year: 2016

Allocating 219 MTCO2e reductions among the 315 million tons to reduced by 2030 to eight areas, including power generation, industry, and construction by 2030 compared with a 2016 baseline

Economy Wide | Economy Wide | Base Year Target | Base year: 2016

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