New modeling shows Canadian decarbonization technically possible

Well, strong policies are required, and that is technically possible. But it also claims "innovation" is needed, but I'm not clear what that means and what affect it will have. Is this assuming that currently developed technologies are brought to market? Or does it mean that something that currently doesn't exist needs to be discovered - a "magic wand" if you will? The former seems encouraging. The latter? well, it would invalidate the study. Which one is it? 

“This report highlights that even really deep decarbonization doesn’t bite the economy that much. We don’t have to bring the economy to its knees to achieve deep decarbonization,” says Richard Adamson, president of CMC.