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    NEW ENERGY COULD SOLVE WORLD WATER PROBLEMS

    Report: achieving renewable energy targets could address water challenges

    Charlotte Malone, January 29, 2015 (Blue and Green Tomorrow)

    “Meeting renewable energy targets could significantly cut the amount of water used for generating electricity as [climate change-induced] water scarcity becomes a bigger risk…[A report last year] warned that half of the world could face extreme water scarcity by 2095…Renewable energy in the water, energy & food nexus [from the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA)]…argues that using wind or solar to generate energy uses up to 200 times less water than a coal plant to produce the same amount of electricity. It adds that during the power generation stage, water needs for solar and wind are negligible compared to conventional generation, which can require substantial amounts of water for cooling…” click here for more

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