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The “New Realities for Energy”: Peak Demand, Stranded Assets

“The world is undergoing a Grand Transition driven by a combination of factors including the fast-paced development of new technologies, an unstoppable digital revolution, global environmental challenges and changing growth and demographic patterns”, according to a statement from the World Energy Council, a UN-accredited global energy network with over 3,000 member organisations in over 90 countries.
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