Energy Transition

This is how the US energy market is shifting

Joe Biden has called for the US to reach 100% carbon-polluting free electricity by 2035. Image: REUTERS/Prapan Chankaew

Katharine Rooney

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Coal usage in the US has been cut by more than half since 2005. Image: US Energy Information Administration
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Global investment in renewable energy now sits at around $300 billion a year. Image: IRENA
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