Global energy leaders voice growing alarm at pace of green transition

BusinessGreen staff
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World Energy Council's annual survey of hundreds of senior executives from across the energy industry reveals heightened concern at pace and trajectory of transition to cleaner energy systems

Clean energy records are being toppled on a near weekly basis, but surging renewables and clean tech deployment is not proving sufficient to alleviate concerns across the energy industry that the transition...

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