Green vision dilemma

Rising costs: A man walks his dogs on the beach in front of Teesside Wind Farm in Redcar, Britain. The RE sector is grappling with rising construction and financing costs, coupled with quality-control problems and supply-chain issues. — Reuters

COUNTRIES in Europe and the United States have been relentless in the race to their net-zero goals.

However, these countries are facing some hurdles as rising interest rates, supply-chain problems, inadequate electric transmission infrastructure and competition from China are hurting their green ambitions.

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