Global primary energy consumption

[Traditional biomass is things such as firewood and dung.]

Oil            32.2%
Coal           28.0
Nat gas        25.4
Trad biomass    7.0
Hydro           2.7
Nuclear         1.8
Wind            1.2
Modern biomass  0.7
Solar           0.7
Other           0.5

Net zero is a long ways away



The estimate is 2025 will see a global turning point in CO2 production going into decline.

The chart shows a wedge opening up as alternative energies particularly wind and solar become cost efficient.

It may, but I could also can see it turning up again with growth in India and, later, Nigeria.

As noted above, net zero is a long ways away.