Economics and regulation are two reasons why green energy generation is now a priority. But other factors are in play as well, reports Nicol Dynes.
Different powerful forces, including economics and regulation, are driving the greening of energy generation. Agreement on policy is crucial now that Biden’s US is being constructive on climate change and China is serious about reducing emissions. Meanwhile, the EU has been at the forefront of green taxonomy and all 27 countries support the energy transition.
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