Is 100% Renewable Energy Feasible for Every Country?

Is 100% Renewable Energy Feasible for Every Country?

Countries around the world currently have very impressive plans to supply all of their energy needs with renewable energy options. How do they plan on doing it?

Amazingly, countries are not aiming for total change. Instead, they are implementing incremental goals, and these have sparked a question among renewable energy experts. Can countries actually reach 100% renewable energy – and what are the barriers to this lofty goal?

Source: Greener Ideal

Date: December 2014

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