Getting to net zero means achieving an overall balance between greenhouse gas emissions produced and greenhouse gas emissions taken out of the atmosphere. Many companies are aiming to achieve net zero by 2050. It will require switching energy use from fossil fuels to electricity, which will come from renewable sources like solar panels and wind turbines. Hydroelectric power, geothermal energy and nuclear power will also play a role. Separating the theory from practical realities is another matter, though.

Of 38 leaders from 29 energy industries worldwide who were interviewed for Volume 1 of the ...


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