Can “deep electrification” of all sectors of the economy equate to deep decarbonization?

Expedited progress on energy efficiency and low-carbon sources in the energy mix is required to achieve deep decarbonization Image: REUTERS/Adnan Abidi

Nancy Vandycke

Program Manager, , Sustainable Mobility for All


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