Climate notes: global status of renewable energy
Janina Ketterer and
Jana Lippelt ()
ifo Schnelldienst, 2009, vol. 62, issue 24, 83-85
For the reduction of worldwide CO2 emissions different carbon-free technologies are available such as nuclear energy, carbon capture and sequestration (CCS), nuclear fusion and renewable energy. The proportion to which these technologies should and can be used in order to ensure a reliable energy supply is the subject of current research and political discussion. This article provides an overview of the present state of renewable energy production.
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