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Renewable Energy Investments In A Transitioning World

Interview with  Laszlo Varro, Chief Economist of the International Energy Agency  Originally published on the ECOreport. Although most of the world’s energy investments are still in fossil  fuels, their iron grip is weakening. The largest source of power investment was the $313 billion put into alternate energy sources like wind and solar. According to Laszlo Varro, Chief Economist [&hellip Renewable Energy Investments In A Transitioning World was originally published on CleanTechnica.
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