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Averting an energy crisis requires bold investment in renewable energy — particularly in developing economies

Wind turbines produce renewable energy outside Caledon, South Africa, May 20, 2020. Image: REUTERS/Mike Hutchings

Mili Fomicov

Researcher, Centre for Climate Finance & Investment, Imperial College London

Olivia Zeydler

Programme Analyst, Energy, Materials Infrastructure Platform, World Economic Forum

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