Electrification is growing and greening in all regions and sectors. The long-term influence of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine on the pace of the energy transition is low compared with the main long-term drivers of change: plunging renewables costs, electrification, and rising carbon prices.
- How do we turn talk into action to curb emissions?
- Which are the most promising technologies?
- How will the UK energy mix develop?
- What will the future cost of household spending on energy?
- How do we create new opportunities?
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