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The global energy transition starts with local solutions. Here's why

Los Angeles' plan to adopt 100% renewable energy solutions by 2040 can show other jurisdictions the way forward Image: Martin Adams on Unsplash

Doug Arent

Executive Director, Strategic Public Private Partnerships, National Renewable Energy Laboratory - NREL

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