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Why power is critical to everything in a digital world

Infrastructure systems around the world are being strained due to unprecedented urbanization, continued globalization, and climate change. In addition, developing countries are struggling to build new infrastructure, while developed countries must replace aging infrastructure. Between now and 2030, an estimated minimum of $50 trillion in infrastructure investment is required to fuel global development.
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