The programme, the Energy Transition Accelerator (ETA) officially announced by Kerry at COP27 on 9 November, involves the US government, Bezos Earth Fund and the Rockefeller Foundation, along with possible support from others, including Bank of America, Microsoft, Standard Chartered Bank and PepsiCo. Kerry hopes to get it “up and running” within a year.
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