IEA’s Net Zero Roadmap: Update Urgent Policy Measures and International Collaboration Required for Success

The International Energy Agency (IEA) has released an updated edition of its Net Zero Roadmap, emphasizing the crucial need for heightened policy mechanisms to accelerate the implementation of clean energy goals. Building upon the original Roadmap released two years ago, this report takes into account the energy crisis and the…

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