1/ This is part of why I believe we're near a tipping point on clean electricity, *and* that global policy on renewables has been much more effective than realized.
Money losing coal + RE as cheapest new electricity --> rapid electricity decarbonization.
(Rapid = ~10-20 yrs).
2/ If you count policy success as "how much have we decarbonized so far", it's a huge disappointment.
Count it as "how close are we to clean [electricity / cars] outcompeting all competition and taking over the world" and it's much more encouraging.
We're not done, but close.
3/ Our policy goals now need to be:
a) Finish the job on clean electricity & EVs. Put them over that tipping point in all geographies, and clear away regulatory barriers.
b) Copy the winning solar / wind / EV formala in agriculture, industry, & heating.
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