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As the world’s attention geared up for what climate experts called the
most important climate conference since Paris – COP24 in Katowice,
Poland, the world energy sector is experiencing unprecedented
transformations. The cost of renewables is dropping dramatically,
while oil is entering a new period of renewed uncertainty and volatility.
With public interest in nuclear continuing to decline in advanced
economies compared to developing ones, and more support required
for newer technologies such as hydrogen and carbon capture and
storage, wind and solar have the momentum.