Assumptions about costs of measures

Often a cost curve of measures is made to illustrate that profitable and cheap options will be chosen first and the more expensive options will be taken later. In general, an assumption is made that costs of the same measures will be reduced when taken later in time. I have taken a different approach. Reduction options have been introduced simultaneously in different sectors. I assumed that the cheapest options (i.e. <$50 per tonne CH4) for each sector would be chosen before 2025. I assumed that the more expensive options would be introduced in P3 and Q3 (maximum CH4 reduction) only after 2025.

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