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While many countries struggle to transition to renewable energy, some have made the leap. So which countries use only renewable energy?
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Not every country has the same availability of resources. The population and energy requirements are also different. So, it’s important that you carefully transition by taking calculated risks, otherwise you’ll end up like Australia.
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so if the world was only 100,000,000 people we could go green over night wow good news
no mention of sun or wind power at all . get real like it or not right now we all need oil and gas + wind+ sun and any other way to make power for mankind
Why don't we run more geothermal energy? It seems to me that geothermal energy could be a consistent and efficient form green energy supply. It does take a lot of water but that same water can be constantly recycled. Better yet the amount of energy output from geothermal allows it to be self powering with excess output which could be put back into the hydro-electric power grid.
Can't believe how stupidly simplistic this compilation is😂 None of these countries have ANY MAJOR industry! none are big and thus require large distribution network and none, bar one, provide their population with high standard of living which is energy expensive!
As for german efficiency, they are shutting down their 6 nuclear power stations in favour of COAL stations and imports from their neighbours😈 And their wind turbines and sun pannels are only surviving due to HUGE theft subsidies from EU tarifs on their slave neibours😈😈😈
Note the common renewable resource themes - Hydro and Geothermal, not wind, not solar. Large countries like the USA should invest more in geothermal, nuclear, and pump storage. USA has probably maxed out on Hydro. We could use wind power to operate pump storage so that the grid gets constant reliable power. However, nuclear like LFTR would have to be the primary source of electrical power.
Am I missing something? Why should it be harder for a larger population to switch to renewable than for a small population? Doesn't it cost the same money per capita per unit of power, no matter the size of the population? I would even expect it to be cheaper for a large population than a small one, because of access to large "bulk" orders.
Where I'm from, there are 49,000 people, and they just installed 13 wind turbines for a total capacity of 11.7 MW for about $13 million. That's $265 for each person living there. With more people the access to money and capacity would scale up around 1 to 1?
I know it depends on the landscape, climate and whatever, but I'm talking in general terms.
In cases when having renewable energy actually saves money, I am all for it. However, I heard that energy prices went up dramatically after Merkel's policies were implemented. It's better not to speed things up, in the next decades, as technology improves solar, wind, wave etc. plants will be the most profitable ones anyway :)
I think that the province of Quebec in Canada was worth mentioning for its renewable electricity use, even if it is not a country..
It manage to produce 99% of its electricity by hydro power for the 8 million inhabitant of the province, it is even able to export some of that electricity to neighboring provinces and north eastern states in USA.
Plus, the current investment in the electricity grid are made in the wind sector.
But well, it is not a country after all.
you are voice oil company's :D Denmark on a windy week can produce up to 140% of it's need for electricity on wind... talking about resources, we can always find money for wars, but wind mills cost too much ....
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