Renewable energy could offer viable power source by 2030

December 2012
Engineer (Online Edition);12/11/2012, p9
The article discusses the results of research on renewable energy in the U.S. It states that such type of energy could offer power a large electric grid 99.9 per cent in the country by 2030. According to the study, renewable energy needs the integration of solar power, wind power and fuel cells in order to maximize its power capacity.


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