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G7 Commits to Decarbonize Electricity Sectors and Ramp Hydrogen, among others

The G7 Ministers of Climate, Energy and the Environment, met on 26–27 May 2022 in Berlin to address the multiple crises that are endangering our climate and environment and causing severe impacts on the planet, lives and livelihoods, and the next generations’ needs around the world. Joint Actions include tackling the triple global crisis - climate change, biodiversity loss and pollution - and mobilising and aligning financial flows, among several others. Among the key commitments to emerge from the meeting was a pledge to achieve “predominantly decarbonised” electricity sectors by 2035, setting the phase-out of coal power generation as a priority. The meeting also saw the launch of the G7 Hydrogen Action Pact and the Ocean Deal. Click below to access the Final Documents, including the 39 pages G7 Climate, Energy and Environment Ministers’ Communiqué.


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