These 4 start-ups are finding new ways to make the most of clean energy sources

The race for the world’s economies to reach net zero is and transition to clean energy sources is on. Image: Unsplash/Federico Beccarii

Stefan Ellerbeck

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Few countries will be able to meet their net-zero pledges and transition to clean energy sources before 2050 Image: World Resources Institute

Many technologies in the prototype or demonstration stage today will be key to clean energy transition. Image: IEA

Many more digital ecosystems are now capable of producing successful clean energy start-ups. Image: Startup Genome

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