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COP26: Clean Energies Finally Ready To Break Through

As decarbonisation accelerates the world over, clean energy is taking centre stage. Since the Paris Agreement, the rate of growth for solar and wind capacity has increased every year. Dramatic cost reductions have rewired the economics of electricity. Renewables are entering a golden age. Seizing the opportunities they provide, including cheap, robust and secure energy for all, will be crucial over the coming decade.

COP26: Glasgow Marks The Beginning Of The End Of Coal

At the COP26 in Glasgow, President Alok Sharma declared, “we finally kicked coal in the past where it belongs,” underlining deals to end international coal financing and phase out coal power.

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