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Acore: World is moving to the ‘serious stage’ of fighting emissions

CEO Gregory Wetstone talks to Transition Economist

The world finally appears to be getting serious about the global energy transition, with a flurry of net-zero commitments by major companies and countries over the past six months, and President Joe Biden and the Democratic Party retaking control of the US government in January. As a result, Transition Economist felt it a good time to check in with Gregory Wetstone, president and CEO of the Washington, DC-based American Council on Renewable Energy (Acore), to get his views on the state of the energy transition, related happenings in the US and how the new Biden administration is impacting his organisation’s programme. “It will be very tough to meet the Paris stretch goal as we have



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