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Which Country is Fully Renewable?

Which Country is Fully Renewable?

With the global climate being affected by the accelerated rate of greenhouse gas emissions, it is now necessary to move towards a greener future. One of the fastest ways to reduce these emissions is to switch to renewable energy. Several countries are already producing 100% of their electricity from renewable sources, and others are making major advances in this area.

Iceland, for instance, is producing all its electricity from renewable resources. Its government has vowed to eliminate use of fossil fuels by 2050, and has the support of the entire political spectrum.

Denmark is producing over half of its electricity from renewable sources. The country is also home to Scandanavia’s biggest wind farm.

Iceland uses earth’s natural warmth to heat homes and factories. Approximately 85 percent of its homes are heated by geothermal energy. Hydropower is also used in the country.

Costa Rica is another country that has made progress in renewable energy. It is using a combination of solar, wind and hydro power. In fact, Costa Rica has produced 98% of its electricity from renewable sources for the past seven years.

Iceland has the highest percentage of renewable power per capita, followed by Iceland, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Austria, Canada, Australia, Portugal, and Norway. Ireland is also making great progress in its transition to a greener economy.

Morocco is one of the world’s most heavily impacted by climate change. Its large scale hydroelectric facilities have been reduced by droughts. However, Morocco’s government is still committed to generating 42% of its electricity from renewables by 2020.

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