Dirty king coal is seen to shed 13 percent market share, accounting for just 22 percent of the global power mix in 2050 amid a massive build-out of renewables and some gas-fired backup power units. According to U.S. government analysis, wind and solar will rise 20 percent by mid-century and provide nearly half of the world’s electricity needs.
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