Wind, Solar, and Hydro Power Can Be the Sole Source of Energy by 2050

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November 20, 2015

Researchers at Stanford University conclude that it is feasible for the world to be powered by nothing but wind, water, and sunlight in a few decades from now.

“The researchers crunched numbers to see how much energy each country would need by 2050—including electricity, transportation, heating and cooling, industry, and agriculture—and then calculated how renewable energy could cover those needs, where it could go, and how much it would cost,” Fast Company Exist reports.

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