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I originally shared this article in LinkedIn and hope to get more responses from industry professionals by sharing it with Energy Central Network as well.

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Matt Chester on Feb 20, 2020

Glad you shared it here, Gavin. 

The IEA’s data reveals a stark contrast between trends in ‘advanced economies’, where the body said power-sector emissions “declined to levels last seen in the late 1980s”, and other parts of the world. Coal generation in richer nations was down almost 15% year-on-year thanks to renewables growth and lower demand.

This really does sum up a lot of the issues that arise when international meetings and agreements are looked at and why consensus seems next to impossible to get. Do you see a workable compromise that takes these differences into account coming any time soon?

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