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Industrial clusters are critical to getting to net-zero. Here’s why

There is increased focus on achieving net-zero emissions from industrial clusters by deploying carbon capture and hydrogen technologies Image: David Wright / Creative Commons

Kristen Panerali

Head of Energy, Materials, Infrastructure Programme, Net Zero Carbon Cities, World Economic Forum

Stephanie Jamison

Senior Managing Director, Accenture

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