Carbon offsets can energise a just energy transition

Battery energy storage
Countries such as India will need trillions of dollars in investment to adopt expensive battery storage technologies to achieve a 24/7 clean power supply (Photo: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg)

The challenge of financing clean energy projects in India and other parts of the developing world can be overcome by alternative funding via carbon offsets in developed economies, argues Ajay Sagar. Many developing countries have pledged to achieve net zero by 2070 and beyond. But is that timeline enough? Opinion ...

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