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Twenty Developing Countries to Use Renewables to Radically Reshape Citizens’ Energy Access

Washington, D.C. – Just weeks before the global climate negotiating session in Cancun, the trend of investing in renewable sources of energy, away from high-emissions sources and toward clean energy, sounds a positive note for real climate-smart development.

With support from the Clean Technology Fund (CTF), fourteen middle income countries – Algeria, Egypt, Indonesia, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Mexico, Morocco, Philippines, South Africa, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, Ukraine and Vietnam – plan to radically rebalance their national energy portfolios by investing in renewables at a large scale, the CTF governing body was told in its meetings which concluded here . . . → Read More: Twenty Developing Countries to Use Renewables to Radically Reshape Citizens’ Energy Access

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