'Paris Effect': How green technologies are on track to 'outcompete' high carbon sectors by 2030

Michael Holder
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Analysis backed by top green figures indicates net zero transition is set to rapidly escalate in 2020s, leaving carbon-intensive industries looking increasingly uncompetitive

Zero emission technologies can "outcompete" older carbon-intensive industries across multiple sectors worldwide within a decade, as investors, businesses, governments, and consumers demand a shift towards...

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