Study: Only one US power company has approved science based targets

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Study: Only one US power company has approved science based targets

New data from the Science Based Targets initiative reveals the US power sector trails behind Europe

The extent to which US corporates are lagging behind their European counterparts in the net zero transition was again underlined today, with the publication of a new report detailing how US power companies...

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