Green planet achievable…at a cost

June 2011
TCE: The Chemical Engineer;Jun2011, Issue 840, p9
Academic Journal
The article presents a study conducted by the United Nations' (UN) Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), which showed that renewable sources of energy like solar, geothermal and wind could supply nearly 80% of global energy supply by 2050 at a cost of more than 10 trillion dollars.


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