Total sketches first stages of plan to become low-carbon power producer

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Total has outlined plans to pivot towards renewable energy
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Total has outlined plans to pivot towards renewable energy

The French oil major plans to boost annual investments in renewables and electricity by $1bn, although gas will remain a key source of revenue

Fossil fuel giant Total this week became the latest oil major to announce a major pivot towards clean energy, outlining plans to hike investments in renewable energy and electricity by 50 per cent as it...

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