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Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Select Committee on Energy.
|Series||[H.C.] -- 43-II, Report / Energy Committee. Session 1991-92 -- 4th|
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Electricity from new solar and wind projects has become less expensive than electricity from new fossil-fueled power plants in certain places that have particularly prolific renewable resources, including some parts of the Middle East, and in markets that have particularly high conventional-energy costs, such as California.
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Technology for long-distance electricity transmission is fast improving, and many countries in the MENA region have common and compelling economic reasons to try to make more-integrated markets work.
If public policy were wielded aggressively to make fossil fuels costlier and renewables cheaper, renewables could account for as much as 29 percent of global energy, and as much as 63 percent of global electricity bythe IEA projects.
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Wind and solar still are subsidized in major markets. Two caveats are crucial to keep in mind. Part history, part forecasting, this important book sets out the winners and losers—individuals, businesses, and nations—in the dynamic energy transition underway.
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Starting in the mids, China turned its sights to renewable energy, which policymakers and top corporate officials decided would be a strategic and lucrative industry. Next spring, the course will likely be available Renewable Energy. book much lower cost or free. Fourth, as they move to build up domestic renewable-energy industries, governments Renewable Energy.
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It will increase countries' energy security through reliance on an indigenous, inexhaustible and mostly import-independent resource, enhance sustainabilityreduce pollution, lower the costs of mitigating climate changeand keep fossil fuel prices lower than otherwise.
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