Greenpeace and the European Renewable Energy Council released a study October 24 finding that the European Union could create half a million jobs by 2020 and reduce electricity costs 16 percent by 2050 if it prioritized an energy system based on clean energy and energy efficiency rather than fossil fuels and nuclear power. Increasing the share of renewable energy in the area’s energy supply from roughly ten percent currently to 96 percent in 2050 would result in a 95 percent drop in greenhouse gas emissions. The German National Center for Aerospace, Energy, and Transport Research prepared the analysis, Energy [R]evolution: A Sustainable EU27 Energy Outlook.