Energy plays a central role in most of our daily activities - from turning on the coffee machine to attending a Zoom meeting. Not to mention the energy needed for global supply chains, agriculture, city operations, and more.
While energy can help power our communities and offer a higher state of welfare, one in five people worldwide still lack access to modern electricity. The recent growth of energy accessibility means that more people are able to benefit. In fact by 2050, a 35% greater global demand for energy is expected. This means that prioritizing energy efficiency and clean energy sources is essential to avoid the related rise in emissions.
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