AI will accelerate tipping points for green technologies

Artificial intelligence (AI) will accelerate action on sustainable energy and ensure that in the next five years the tipping points for crucial green technologies will be reached, according to a report published by the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment at the London School of Economics and Political Science and Systemiq.

The report once having reached this tipping point, where green technologies are competitive in key markets, the faster growth of emerging markets and developing economies (EMDEs) relative to richer countries and the location of renewable energy sources will change the world’s industrial geography and patterns of trade. Indeed, the report heralds the new, technology-driven, sustainable growth the greatest investment opportunity since the Industrial Revolution.

The private sector will provide most of this investment but public–private partnerships in policy, innovation and finance will be developed, and there will be opportunities are there for all countries. If managed well, these changes can make supply chains more diverse and less fragile.

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