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Fragmented leadership risks ‘disorderly energy transition’, warns report

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The World Energy Council’s report notes that new technologies are increasing the supply of renewable electricity, but that there are differences in how and where this is adopted (Photo: Patrick Pleul/picture-alliance/dpa/AP Images)

Investor confidence in de-risking clean energy investment has improved, except in Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean, says the World Energy Council

Competing political agendas between nations, energy security concerns and divergent priorities over climate action risk undermining the world’s energy transition, says the World Energy Council, a UK-based membership ...

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