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8 oktober 2019

Om de wereld van voldoende CO2-arme elektriciteit te voorzien om klimaatverandering te beperken, zijn alle bronnen nodig, zegt Ad Louter in navolging van organisaties zoals het IPCC, de OECD en het IEA....

Bron: TNW
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