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How 5 pivots in 2 industries can trigger net-zero pathways in 2021

Creative solutions such as exploring the use of idle e-buses as battery storage units is one possible route to achieving climate targets. Image: Unsplash

Jonathan Eckart

Project Lead, Global Battery Alliance, Global Leadership Fellow, World Economic Forum

Mathy Stanislaus

Director, Public Policy, Global Battery Alliance

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Figure 1. Decarbonization pathway for the EU. Image: McKinsey and company.
Five priorities for 2021 across three dimensions to get to net-zero economies.
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