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Speeding up the transition will make energy cheaper, says IEA

The IEA report says energy system operating costs can be reduced considerably during the next decade if a trajectory aligned with net zero by 2050 is implemented © Ina Fassbender/AFP via Getty Images
The IEA report says energy system operating costs can be reduced considerably during the next decade if a trajectory aligned with net zero by 2050 is implemented © Ina Fassbender/AFP via Getty Images

Despite potential upfront costs, clean energy technologies are often the most efficient as they are less expensive to run on a daily basis

Energy becomes more affordable when the uptake of clean technologies is accelerated, says a report by the International Energy Agency, which looked at existing energy policies and their global impacts.

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