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Digital tech key to helping State meet climate obligations – report

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Innovative digital technologies could play a central role in helping Ireland meet its climate change obligations, a new report has found.

The study from Amárach Research, which was commissioned by Huawei Ireland, found using digital solutions in energy, manufacturing, agriculture, buildings and transportation could deliver between 9.9 and 13.1 MtCO2eq in emission reductions, delivering up to 40 per cent of the reduction the State is aiming for by 2030 under the Climate Action Plan 2021. That states Ireland must reach a target of net-zero emissions no later than 2050, and cut emissions by 51 per cent by 2030.

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