ABSTRACT: This report offers an incisive analysis of the ongoing transition to clean energy, a critical response to the global challenges of climate change and environmental degradation. Drawing from authoritative sources like the International Energy Agency and McKinsey & Company, it explores the evolving energy landscape, marked by a shift from traditional fossil fuels to renewable energies. Key focus areas include the diminishing role of coal, changing dynamics in oil demand due to electric vehicle adoption, and the complex future of natural gas as a transitional fuel. The report also examines the significant environmental and economic implications of this energy transition, highlighting the urgency for carbon capture strategies and the economic growth potential in sustainable energy sectors.Illustrating successful global initiatives, such as Denmark’s advancements in wind energy, Germany’s Energiewende, California’s EV policies, and the European Green Deal, the report underscores the importance of comprehensive strategies that include renewable energy expansion, increased energy efficiency, and robust policy support.Concluding with a call to action, the report emphasizes the imperative for immediate, collaborative efforts in technological innovation and policy reform. This transition presents not only a challenge but a profound opportunity to redefine our relationship with the planet, fostering a sustainable, equitable future.
Keywords –Clean Energy Transition, Climate Change, Net-Zero Emissions, Renewable Energy, Sustainable development.