Around 170 GWe of coal-fired power generation with CCUS will be needed by 2050 as part of the transition to a net zero CO2 emission future. The Asia Pacific, including China, is a key region where this will need to be implemented. This must be achieved as part of a combined approach of limiting global temperature rise, whilst providing access to reliable and affordable energy to support economic development and improved living standards. It forms part of an ‘inclusive transition’ where OECD countries work with developing nations to move towards a lower emissions future that does not disadvantage an . . .