IEA signals peak oil in next decade as renewables take upper hand

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IEA's World Energy Outlook confirms dramatic drop in emissions in 2020, but warns delivery of promised green recovery depends on urgent action from governments

Global greenhouse gas emissions from electricity generation are on course for a dramatic seven per cent drop in 2020 due to plummeting economic activity caused by the coronavirus crisis, setting the scene...

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