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The Clean Energy Transition, GeoPolitics & Trade
- Dec 28, 2021 9:08 pm GMT
The clean energy transition is usually couched in terms of technologies, energy mixes, carbon impacts and other such numbers. However if we change where we source our energy, we inevitably change the trade flows and politics and geopolitics of energy too.
So, to start 2020, we decided to have a chinwag on some of the issues involved and likely to arise. The implications for different countries could be very profound, changing spheres of influence, import/export patterns and energy security considerations. As with any system, there will be winners and losers.
Hopefully we raise some thought-provoking issues and ideas!
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