'Worrying': Global energy firms still prioritising fossil fuels over renewables, study warns

Michael Holder
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Just 10 per cent of global utility firms prioritising renewables over fossil fuel investments, University of Oxford research finds

Energy utility companies around the world are continuing to invest heavily in fossil fuel-based power generation, advancing strategies that threaten to undermine the transition to net zero emissions and...

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