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In-depth: Russia's War Means Fossil Fuels Will Peak Within Five Years, IEA says

01 Nov 2022 | Abstracted from Carbon Brief

"The 524-page outlook says the global energy crisis and Russia's war have “turbo-charged” the shift away from fossil fuels.

"Global energy demand growth will 'almost entirely' be met by renewables. Moreover, global solar capacity will climb 18% higher by 2030 than expected last year – and wind 14%.

"...the 'clean energy transition' is the 'best way out' of the crisis. This can be a 'historic turning point' for climate action..."



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