US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said that China is ahead of the US in renewable energy technologies and that if they do not catch up with China, they will not be able to shape global climate policies in the future.
Speaking about Washington’s climate policies in Annapolis, Maryland, Blinken stated that the US should be more proactive on this issue.
Blinken said, “Let me express it to be a measure in minds: by 2040, there will be an infrastructure gap of $ 4.6 trillion in the world due to global climate change. The United States also has a great interest in how these infrastructures will be built.”
Stating that this situation will provide an opportunity for American companies, Blinken stated that it will be important to build the infrastructure in a renewable and environmentally friendly manner.
“In addition, the global renewable energy market is expected to be $ 2.15 trillion by 2025. That means 35 times the renewable energy sources market in the US right now. Solar and wind technician has become the fastest-growing profession in the United States,” said Minister Blinken. “used expressions.
Referring to the competition with China on this issue, Blinken said, “We are now behind. China is the world’s largest manufacturer of solar energy panels, wind turbines, batteries and electric vehicles. It holds a third of the world’s renewable energy skates. If we can’t catch up to China, America. “will miss the chance to shape the future of the world climate according to our interests and values.”
Stating that the primary goal of the USA in terms of climate change is to prevent a global catastrophe, Blinken stated that his country also has the interests of economically producing these innovative technologies and exporting them to the world.