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Researchers: 100% Green Energy Possible By 2050

thecarchik (1520545) writes | more than 3 years ago

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thecarchik (1520545) writes "Researchers from Stanford University and the University of California-Davis published their analysis in the journal Energy Policy. The main challenges, say the authors, will be summoning the global will to make the conversion.

There are no technological or economic barriers to converting the entire world to clean, renewable energy sources, said author Mark Jacobson, a Stanford professor, saying it is only a question of "whether we have the societal and political will."

During this decade, the two "fuels of the future" will be electricity and gasoline. Beyond that, we can't project."

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