OPINION: Jeremy Leggett

US secretary of state John Kerry, left, flanked by treasury secretary Jack Lew, energy secretary Ernest Moniz and other delegates, at the climate change talks in Beijing that resulted in steps towards cutting carbon emissions

US secretary of state John Kerry, left, flanked by treasury secretary Jack Lew, energy secretary Ernest Moniz and other delegates, at the climate change talks in Beijing that resulted in steps towards cutting carbon emissions

Evidence of imminent total-system change in energy markets has become clearer in recent months.

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