Renewables can become major power players without compromising energy security, study shows

Madeleine Cuff
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Markets around the world now have grids with shares of up to 50 per cent renewable power, demonstrating its potential for revolutionizing energy generation

Major economies around world have significantly ramped up the share of wind and solar power in their energy system without compromising the security of their grid, according to a new report released yesterday...

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