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Is Global Cooperation Important on the Path to Deep Electrification? Or Is It Just a Fantasy?

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Jennifer Delony is the producer of ZeroNetFifty.Jennifer is a writer and editor specializing in trade publishing. Most recently, she worked as the associate editor for PennWell's Renewable Energy...

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In this episode of the Zero Net Fifty podcast, we discuss a new proposed pathway to deep electrification by 2050 to meet the Paris Agreement goals. And we look for the role of a global cooperative agenda on that pathway. Plus, we highlight appointments from the Trump Administration and what states think about the recent executive order to expedite pipeline permits. With Joel Stronberg.

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