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Delayed Equinor analysis critiques electricity market

The current market design offers neither an affordable, secure nor decarbonized electrical system, writes Equinor in its annual Energy Perspectives report.

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Every year, Equinor publishes its Energy Perspectives analysis reporting the company’s views on a range of scenarios for future energy systems paired with comparative climate emissions.

This year, Equinor was obliged to postpone the paper’s release due to excess uncertainty stemming from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, with associated conflicts tied to the warring nation’s fossil fuel export.

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