Today in South Africa, 95% of energy is produced in large coal-fired power plants. But by 2030 the government envisions that most of the country's energy will come from renewable sources like wind, solar and hydropower.
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NordLink is one of the world's longest subsea cables. It connects the energy grids of Norway and Germany, with a test run already completed successfully. It will provide some 3.6 million households with green power.
Pakistan's sunny climate makes it a perfect place to develop solar power. But it still depends on dirty fossil fuels, and is building more coal power plants.
Boasting a sea port, an ore mine and lots of renewable energy, northern Sweden is an ideal location for producing hydrogen-powered steel. But there's no lack of challenges to tackle.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel said the UN's COP26 summit in November must deliver "concrete measures" to tackle climate change. She used her weekly podcast to highlight World Environment Day.
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