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COP26: What utilities need to pay attention to

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  • Nov 4, 2021

The United Nations Climate Change Conference of Participants (COP26) started on Nov 1 and goes on through Nov 12, 2021 in Glasgow, U.K. We have been following it closely, and every day has a topic of focus. Today (Nov 4) the topic was "Transition to Clean Energy". Every day, we bring you a daily 10-minute summary of the day's highlights and lowlights - hosted by Christina Corcoran of Utility2030 and Param Kumar of Customized Energy Solutions, and reporting by Mitchell Beer of The Energy Mix.

Please see the link below for viewing the reports:


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John Benson on Nov 9, 2021

Thanks for the post, Param.

This was an excellent summary, with some amazing insights.


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Thank Param for the Post!
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