Let’s stop pretending that clean energy innovation will completely offset the economic costs of abandoning fossil fuels.
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Making liquid fuels from low-carbon sources is better than mounting solar panels on planes.
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But does it really matter where clean energy is developed and deployed?
Tesla and new fuel-economy standards have already jump-started battery-powered vehicles.