Developing Countries Need €2 Trillion for Clean Energies to Meet Climate Goals
In a report released this Wednesday, the IEA said that in order to meet COP21 climate goals, annual investment for clean energies in developing countries will need to jump from €700 billion to nearly €2 trillion.
Speaking to journalists on Tuesday, IEA executive director Fatih Birol stressed that “Financing clean energy in the emerging and developing world is the fault line of reaching international climate goals.”
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