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    Friday, October 25, 2019

    A Global New Energy Progress Report

    More Renewables Than Fossil Fuels: As the U.K. Reaches an Energy Milestone, Here’s How Far Others Have Gotten

    David Meyer, October 15, 2019 (Fortune)

    “…The third quarter of this year was the first where more electricity was generated in the UK from renewable sources than from fossil fuels…Q3 saw 40% of power come from renewables such as wind, biomass and solar…[while fossil fuels accounted for 39% and 21%] came from nuclear…[Some countries including Iceland, Norway and Costa Rica] run entirely (or almost entirely) on renewable energy…[thanks largely to abundant hydro power or] geothermal…Sweden is the top performer in the European Union, and met its 50% by 2020 goal] seven years ago…[Germany’s renewable energy production crossed] the 40%-share threshold last year...[though] fossil fuels still accounted for around 45% of German energy generation…

    Spain took two fifths of its electricity from renewable sources last year…[L]ast month, 43% of Portugal‘s energy also came from renewable sources, versus 42% from non-renewables…China’s share of renewables in its power-generation mix is, at almost 27% last year, relatively low…[and it] remains the world’s biggest source of carbon dioxide emissions…[but it] was also responsible for nearly a third of the world’s renewables investment last year…India, another major carbon-emitter, is at just over 19% New Energy and Japan was] at 17.4% last year…[The U.S.] saw renewables take a 18% share of power generation…” click here for more

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