Renewable Energy

Renewable Energy

September 2, 2015

1441163500_113-730x411Despite the powerful propaganda campaign of energy concerns, claiming that the world can never give up fossil fuels, it is not.

1. Costa Rica

Since the beginning of 2015, this country is 100% using only "green" energy. Such an approach to energy will allow Costa Rica to preserve its lush jungle and pristine beaches. And this, in turn, will make it a Mecca for eco-tourists.
To abandon fossil fuels, the state built hydro power plants, wind turbines and solar panels. Plus, there are geothermal sources, and biomass is used for the production of automotive fuel.

2. Denmark

Everyone knows that Denmark is full of windmills. Then they were turned into wind turbines. And so, Denmark is the world leader in terms of wind energy. Now wind turbines generate 40% of all electricity consumed by the country. But they are not enough. By 2020, the Danes will slowly bring this figure to 50%, and by 2050, to 100%. And close the question forever.

3. Scotland

In this country, in 2014, 1,300 MWh of electricity was generated from renewable energy sources. This is enough to provide them with completely 4 million homes. In the summer, cities such as Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Inverness are 100% powered by solar and wind energy.

4. Sweden

Sweden is full of natural resources, but they prefer to save them here, and not to spend it insanely. It was here that advanced technologies were born and continue to be born in terms of the use of biomass as an alternative to fossil fuels.
The issue involved at the government level since 2010. And if our masses begin, finally, to drive not on gasoline, but on manure, then this will surely be due to Sweden.

5. Finland

Wind energy is a ubiquitous trend in this northern country. In 2012, Finland already produced 34.3% of the total energy it consumed from renewable sources. By 2020, they want to increase their capabilities to 40%.

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