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IEA: Clean Energy Innovation

The unprecedented health emergency and economic crisis triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic risks to be a setback for clean energy innovation efforts at a time in which faster progress is needed.

The Clean Energy Innovation report quantifies the needs for technology innovation and investment for a cleaner and more resilient energy sector at net-zero emissions. It identifies key technology attributes that can help accelerate innovation cycles.

The report also offers five key innovation principles for delivering net-zero emissions. It highlights issues requiring an immediate attention, such as the importance of governments maintaining research and development funding at planned levels through 2025 and considering raising it in strategic areas.

Read the full report here.

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