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Renewable energy vs. fossil fuels? It's a false choice, says John Doerr

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Renewable energy vs. fossil fuels? It's a false choice, says John Doerr

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Russia's war with Ukraine sparked debate over energy transition and choices like solar vs.fossil fuels, but investor John Doerr says it's a false choice.

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Egypt's abundance of solar and wind will "allow generation of renewable power at a highly competitive cost – and also serve as a a key enabler for green hydrogen production.


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Category: Economy

Topics: Renewable Energy John Doerr Articles Climate Alternative and sustainable energy Renewable power generation Business Leadership CNBC Global CFO Council Business News Cnbc Source:tagname:CNBC US Source Aspen Ideas Festival Special Reports Energy Health care industry

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Published On: 2022-06-27, 20:41:47

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