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G7 commit to decarbonise power grids by 2035

At the conclusion of the G7 Climate and Environment Ministers’ meeting in Sapporo, Japan on Sunday, the G7 countries committed to decarbonise their power grids no later than 2035 and accelerate the phase-out of “domestic unabated coal power”. The G7 states further stated that there is an urgent need to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by around 43 per cent by 2030 and 60 per cent by 2035, aligned to 1.5 degrees in light of the most recent report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).
The G7 states have further committed to substantially increase the pace and scale of deployment of renewables, cut demand for gas as a primary response to the energy crisis and massively expand solar and offshore wind. In this boost to renewables, the G7 climate and environment ministers agreed to a breakthrough acceleration in solar and wind energy, collectively increasing offshore wind capacity of 150 GW by 2030 and solar PV to more than 1TW by 2030 and the increasing deprioritization of gas, coal and fossil fuels in a bid to limit global temperature rise to 1.5 degrees.



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    • Daniel Waweru

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      Great plans. We all need to be carrying the goals of decarbonizing our climate

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      • George Kariuki

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        The G7's actions send a strong message to other countries and the private sector to take meaningful steps towards a more sustainable future.

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        • Grace Njeri

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          For the sake of future generations, it's imperative we decarbonise now.

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        • Ajema Lydiah

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          great initiative

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