Study: 10-fold increase in pace of clean tech deployment required to meet Paris Agreement goals

James Murray
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Study: 10-fold increase in pace of clean tech deployment required to meet Paris Agreement goals

New research suggests clean tech roll out needs to be delivered at 'unprecedented' rate in order to meet Paris Agreement goals

The pace of the global roll out of clean technologies needs to increase 10-fold, exceeding the pace of change seen in previous industrial revolutions, if the world is to have any chance of meeting the...

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