Clean energy investments hit $1.1 trillion in 2022, roughly matching fossil fuels investment for the first time ever, according to a BloombergNEF analysis released Thursday. Clean energy investments, which include investments in nuclear, biofuels, hydrogen, and energy storage technologies, jumped 31% over 2021 levels to top $1 trillion for the first time. Renewable energy and electrified transport benefitted from most of the investment, with passenger electric vehicles selling over 10 million units globally. The record will need to be tripled annually if the world is to sufficiently slash fossil fuel use, and climate pollution generally, to limit global warming to the 1.5° C (2.7° F) goal set out in the Paris Agreement. (Bloomberg $, E&E $, OilPrice, Bloomberg $)