Fossil fuels will still dominate Asia-Pacific energy in 2030, predicts ADB

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Report forecasts slow growth for renewable energy in the region, at only 1.3 per cent annually

Fossil fuels will remain the dominant source of energy in Asia-Pacific by 2030, according to a new report by the Asian Development Bank (ADB), which predicts a slow uptake of renewable energy at only 1.3...

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