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Make up for lost time with 'game changers' in net-zero tech

Jovi Ho
Jovi Ho6/30/2022 08:36 PM GMT+08  • 7 min read
Make up for lost time with 'game changers' in net-zero tech
Surbana Jurong’s Tan (centre) speaking on the Southeast Asia’s Pathway to Net Zero panel at DNV’s Singapore Energy Transition Conference 2022 on June 23. Photo: DNV
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The world was on track to have peaks on emissions before the outbreak of Covid-19. Now, countries must turn to “game changers” in order to catch up with net-zero pledges, urges Fauziah Marzuki, head of BloombergNEF’s APAC gas, power and carbon research.

Time was not the only thing lost in the past few years: Renewable energy projects were also mothballed due to supply chain constraints and inflationary risks.

She continues: “We just lost those years to commercialise these very critical technologies. We’ve got 10 years to do more to meet the net-zero scenario.”

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