Energy Transition

How to clear the finance and policy hurdles on the way to a clean energy future

Getting our collective approach to finance and policy right will be key to realising a low-carbon future Image: REUTERS/Morris Mac Matzen

Ayla Majid

Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Planetive

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