The Summary for Policy Makers is available here.
In a nutshell: we can keep global mean temperature below 2°C if 1) ALL countries start 2) NOW using 3) ALL technologies available (including CCS and nuclear) and accept to loose 1.7% (1.0% – 3.7%) of consumption in 2030, 3.4% (2.1% – 6.2%) nel 2050 and 4.8% (2.9% – 11.4%) in 2100. If we start late, costs increase quickly and many models show that the 2°C is not feasible. If we do not use CCS, costs increase by 138%. Not really new findings, but good to see the IPCC endorsing results in the serious literature.
In practice (this is my opinion, not the IPCC opinion), the 2°C is not attainable with present technologies, if we do not (quickly) collectively embrace the life of Saint Francis of Assisi. A few years ago Carlo Carraro and I wrote a column for Vox-EU titled "The improbable 2°C target" on why we should prepare for 2.5 or 3°C.
There are not many studies in the literature with investment estimates. Carlo Carraro, Alice Favero and I co-authored one of the few studies in the literature that estimates investments in mitigation technologies. You find a copy here. Hopefully the authors of the next report will have more observations to build more robust estimates.