Analysis: Energy giants investing only a fraction of their profits in renewables

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Analysis: Energy giants investing only a fraction of their profits in renewables

BP, Shell, Total Energies, and Equinor were all found to be investing the vast majority of their profits back into fossil fuel projects

European energy giants including BP, Shell, Total Energies, and Equinor are investing a much larger portion of their £74bn in combined profits back into fossil fuels than they are into renewables and low...

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