Technology could combat energy challenges: IEA


By Jasmin Melvin WASHINGTON, June 23 (Reuters) - Leveraging new and existing technologies can help curb carbon emissions and slow global warming, part of a transformation needed for a more sustainable energy future, the International Energy Agency said on Monday. The IEA, backed by 27 governments, has been seeking to spread its message about how clean energy technologies might reduce reliance on oil while slashing emissions. "We can use energy technology to achieve really deep cuts in ...

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