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What does the future look like for energy, and for our jobs?

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Robin Pomeroy

Podcast Editor, World Economic Forum

Roberto Bocca

Head of the Centre for Energy and Materials, Member of the Executive Committee, World Economic Forum


David Rabley

Managing Director - Energy, Accenture

Saadia Zahidi

Managing Director, World Economic Forum


Energy Transition

Energy consumption and production account for about two-thirds of global greenhouse gas emissions, and 81% of the global energy mix is still based on fossil fuels - a percentage that has not budged in decades. A transition to a more inclusive, sustainable, affordable, and secure global energy system is imperative. This must be done while balancing the “energy triangle”: security and access, environmental sustainability, and economic development. And it must also now be done in a way that accounts for the impact of significant geopolitical friction. Public-policy and private-sector responses may affect the speed and shape of the energy transition to a zero-carbon-emissions future...

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