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How COVID-19 gave renewables an energy boost

Even oil majors concede pandemic may have marked peak fossil fuel production

| China
The International Energy Agency predicts that renewables will be the number one source of electricity within five years, overtaking natural gas and coal.   © Reuters

Andrew North is a journalist based in Tbilisi. He has reported widely across the Middle East, South Asia, and Central Asia. He is a regular commentator on Asian affairs.

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