'Teetering at the peak': Global power sector emissions flatlined in first half of 2023

Cecilia Keating
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'Teetering at the peak': Global power sector emissions flatlined in first half of 2023

Emissions savings generated by solar and wind additions were offset by historic drop in hydro capacity, new Ember research reveals

Power sector emisisons plateaued in the first half of this year as electricity grids around the world connected ever higher levels of wind and solar power capacity, new data from Ember reveals. A report...

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