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IEA: Clean-Energy Spending Jumps, But More Needed

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Clean-energy investment should surge through the $1.7 trillion per year mark this year, in what International Energy Agency (IEA) chief, Fatih Birol, hailed as “a dramatic shift” in the global energy landscape.

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