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The rise of climate technology

Greening the grid

Wind turbines operated by ScottishPower Renewables, are pictured at Whitelee Onshore Windfarm on Eaglesham Moor, southwest of Glasgow, on January 17, 2022. - Whitelee, operated by Scottish Power, is the UK's largest onshore wind farm - its 215 turbines are said to be able to generate up to 539 megawatts of electricity. (Photo by Andy Buchanan / AFP) (Photo by ANDY BUCHANAN/AFP via Getty Images)

The world is struggling to reconcile the demands of energy security with those of climate security.

Can green energy be produced on such a scale that it can both power the economy and alleviate climate change?

Join The Economist’s editors as they explore the technologies and incentives that might make this possible, from innovations in grid management and batteries, to the production of hydrogen and cleaner natural gas.

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