September 21, 2011

10 Reasons Renewables Beat Odds

Steve Leone , Renewable Energy World


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New Hampshire, U.S.A. -- Five percent? That's the EIA's projected global increase in renewable energy generation by the year 2035. You'd think that nearly 30 years of technological, business and environmental inroads would make a bigger dent in the world's future energy mix.

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