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Submission + - Reality check on renewable energy (thebulletin.org) 1

Lasrick writes: Dawn Stover has another great piece detailing why renewable energy will never provide us with all our energy needs. She deconstructs the unrealistic World Wildlife Fund report (co-written by several solar companies) that claims renewables will be able to provide 100% of the energy needs of several countries by 2050. Good information on why even nuclear power can't do the job.
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Reality check on renewable energy

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