Energy Transition

How to replace coal power with renewables in developing countries

How can emerging economies retire coal power and achieve a sustainable energy transition? Image: REUTERS/Stringer

Donald Perry Kanak

Chairman, Prudential Insurance Growth Markets (2020–2022); Chairman, Prudence Foundation (2015–2022), Prudential

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