'Tripling gap': Why the IEA is warning governments to push harder on clean energy

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A wind turbine turns in the foreground of a coal fired power generating station | Credit: iStock
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A wind turbine turns in the foreground of a coal fired power generating station | Credit: iStock

Influential agency sets out how the world's governments can meet the COP28 goal to triple renewables capacity by 2030

The pledge made by governments at the COP28 Climate Summit to triple global renewables capacity by 2030 is "within reach", but it hinges on developing and emerging nations having better access to finance...

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