Europe’s transition to a green energy future



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Sweden gets more than half of its energy from renewables but how is the rest of Europe doing when it comes to generating clean power?

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3 thoughts on “Europe’s transition to a green energy future

  1. You should focus on the CO2 emissions, not on the percentage of renewable. Belgium for example emits less than half the amount of CO2 compared to germany per kWh of electricity produced. When France increases its share of windmills and solar, gas power plants (=CO2-emitting) are needed for back-up. This would be a bad idea for replacing nuclear (CO2-footprint comparable with solar) which does not need back-up.

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