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World Energy Demand To Peak By 2030

World energy demand to plateau from 2030, says DNV GL’s inaugural Energy Transition Outlook; Energy efficiency will improve faster than global economic growth due to the rapid electrification of the world’s energy system, leading to a plateau in energy demand from 2030. 4 September 2017 (DNV-GL) “…The world is approaching a watershed moment as energy demand is set to plateau from 2030,
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