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Clean Energy Tech Reaching Turning Point: IEA

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The International Energy Agency (IEA) has drastically changed its tone about clean energy technology — saying positive momentum has been reached in many sectors that could help achieve ambitious climate goals. For years, the agency's Energy Technology Perspectives (ETP) reports have been warning about the need to boost clean technologies to keep the 1.5°C or even 2°C climate targets alive. But this year, the report is far more upbeat. "The world is entering a new industrial age, the age of clean energy technology manufacturing," executive director Fatih Birol emphasized during the presentation of the ETP 2023.

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