Experts are revising their predictions for renewables in light of the 2015 Paris agreement on climate change, and oil and gas producers are beginning to react.
Analysts are forecasting a terminal decline in coal consumption and are starting to sketch out when it will plateau – in some cases, they are predicting the same for oil and gas.
"Rapid improvements in competitiveness [...] mean that increases in renewables, together with nuclear and hydro energy, provide around half of the increase in global energy out to 2035," BP...
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