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Policy barriers blocking tripling of green energy, says non-profit

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Climate Group recommends that countries tackle permitting issues to unlock more renewable electricity infrastructure (Photo: Francesca Volpi/Bloomberg)

Government policies are locking in fossil fuels at the expense of renewable energy, according to the Climate Group

Commitments made by the G20 economies to treble the world’s renewable energy supply by 2030 will not be possible without “removing policy barriers that lock in fossil fuels”, non-profit Climate ...

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