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Covid-19 could be catalyst to move away from coal and carbon emissions

Covid-19 could be catalyst to move away from coal and carbon emissions

27 May 2020 7:34 AM

Professor of Physics, University of Johannesburg, Hartmut Winkler believes the COVID19 pandemic will spark an array of short-term, labour-intensive recovery programs which could lead to renewed investment and growth in the renewable energy field. And this could help SA reduce its carbon emissions.

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