At COP26, over 40 countries pledged to phase out coal completely by 2030-2040, but achieving these goals won’t be easy, or cheap. That’s where innovative financing comes in. The right financial structures can help bring coal offline faster and accelerate new clean energy deployment.
Brad Handler of the Payne Institute at the Colorado School of Mines discusses his recent work with Hub Fellow Morgan Bazilian and Hub Policy Director Katie Auth on how public funders can help take coal offline ahead of schedule and promote a just transition in low-income and emerging economies, moderated by Katie Auth.
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