Net zero sets sail

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There is so much uncertainty attached to almost every aspect of the net zero transition - the pace at which it will proceed, the balance of different technologies, the role of offsets, the political challenges it will face - that when you find a genuinely unimpeachable prediction it is good to hug it close.

One such projection is the need for more renewables capacity - a lot more renewables capacity. There is a live and important debate over the precise fuel mix that can deliver a zero emission energy...

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