‘On the cusp of a new era’: Study shows fossil fuel electricity has passed its peak in half of world’s economies

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    ‘On the cusp of a new era’: Study shows fossil fuel electricity has passed its peak in half of world’s economies

    Michael Holder

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    New report from Ember think tank confirms global clean energy revolution is continuing to gather pace

    Fossil fuel power generation has already peaked in at least half of the world’s economies, including the UK, the EU, and the USA, leaving the planet “on the cusp of a new era of fossil fuel decline in…

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