An energy revolution is possible - but only if leaders get imaginative about how to fund it

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An energy revolution is possible - but only if leaders get imaginative about how to fund it

Michael Grubb explores how government can better harness the remarkable innovation that is already underway across the energy sector to deliver on its climate goals

Limiting climate change will require an unprecedented global movement to make low-carbon technologies the norm. COP26 - the UN climate conference held last November in Glasgow - showed that unfortunately,...

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