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Davos 2023: Is the EU energy crisis affecting the green transition?


The energy and cost of living crises were on top of the agenda at this year's World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. Has the rush to cut off Russian fossil fuels helped or hindered European efforts to transition to green energy? We speak to Anders Opedal, the head of Norwegian energy company Equinor, as well as France's Minister of State for European Affairs, Laurence Boone.

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