Published on February 24th, 2013 | by Zachary Shahan16
100%, 99%, 80%, 70% — How Much Can/Should The World Be Powered By Renewable Energy?
February 24th, 2013 by Zachary Shahan
How much can/should the world be powered by renewable energy? Or how about your country or region? A number of studies have tackled this question, and I recently realized that we hadn’t stuck them all together in one easy-to-find place. So, I created this page specifically for that purpose: 70%, 80%, 99.9%, 100% Renewables — Study Central.
Keep that page bookmarked — it will be updated with new major studies on this topic as they are produced. (I’ll also stick it in our sidebar on the right so that it’s super easy to access for CleanTechnica readers — I know, I love you.)
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