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These countries are leading the transition to sustainable energy

COVID-19 could jeopardize the rate at which economies move to more sustainable forms of energy. Image: REUTERS/Morris Mac Matzen

Johnny Wood

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Renewables such as onshore wind play a key role in the energy transition. Image: REUTERS/Mike Blake
Sweden is the nation most ready to transition to sustainable energy. Image: WEF Fostering Effective Energy Transition 2020 edition
China currently has the world’s largest solar PV capacity. Image: REUTERS/Muyu Xu
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