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  • ORIGINAL REPORTING: Securitization fever: Renewables advocates seize a Wall Street way to end coal

    Friday, July 19, 2019

    New Energy Around The World

    The Global Energy Map Is Changing Faster Than You Think

    Enrique Dans, July 16, 2019 (Forbes)

    “…Australia’s 10 GW $20 billion Sun Cable to supply 20% of Singapore’s electricity needs through] a 3,800-kilometer submarine cable…[and its even bigger hybrid wind-solar Asian Renewable Energy Hub will transition Australia] from exporting mainly coal and natural gas to being a leader in clean energy…[F]illing the Sahara desert with windmills and solar panels could generate enough electricity to supply the energy needs of the entire world…[In the US, solar is already the fastest-growing new] source of energy, ahead of gas or wind, despite the tariffs imposed by its ignorant president on imported solar panels…[Morocco, India, China, Mexico, the US and the United Arab Emirates] will fill vast tracts of land and even the sea, with solar panels, completely changing the global energy map, with the concomitant geopolitical consequences…

    Renewable energy is already the cheapest and most logical way to produce energy without the need for subsidies. By introducing hydroelectric and geothermal energy into the equation, in addition to solar and wind energy, Costa Rica has already managed to go for 300 days in a row without burning fossil fuels to generate electricity. Portugal has managed four days with only renewable energy, the UK, a thousand hours without burning coal…The need to make this transition is becoming more urgent every day. Germany has already announced the closure of all its 84 coal-powered plants and India has canceled plans to build any more due to the plummeting cost of solar energy…[Only countries that update their generation policies can hope to win a place on the new global energy map.” click here for more


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