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Solar and wind are forecast to power 62 per cent of electricity generation by 2050 - but this is not enough to reach net-zero, DNV warns
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Solar and wind are forecast to power 62 per cent of electricity generation by 2050 - but this is not enough to reach net-zero, DNV warns

Norwegian environmental auditing giant DNV argues more radical climate action is needed across five key strategic areas in a new report published today

For many climate observers, November has felt like a much-needed good-news month. Joe Biden's victory over Donald Trump promises to bring the US back into the Paris Agreement, providing a much needed fillip...

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