Fiji is committed to reach net-zero emissions by 2050. Fiji’s NDC uses as reference year 2013 to project a BAU scenario estimating 2,341 kTCO2 by the energy sector by 2030. Therefore, Fiji established a sectoral target of reducing 30% of energy sector emissions considering BAU scenario, 10% unconditional and 20% conditional to international resources. The GHG covered are carbon dioxide (CO2), nitrous oxide (N2O) and methane (CH4).
In the electricity sector the country aims to reach close to 100% renewable energy power generation by 2030, which would be responsible for the decrease of 20% of emissions under BAU. The other sectors ( industry, building and transport) will be responsible for the reduction of the other 10% of emissions by improvements on demand-side energy efficiency. Moreover, in transport, Fiji also commits to reduce by 40% the emissions from domestic maritime shipping (Fiji NDC, 2020).