Practical steps towards a 100% renewable world


The change to a renewable world is inevitable – and the beginning steps pose the greatest challenge. A world so overwhelmingly dependent on fossil fuels requires bold ideas, dramatic shifts in thinking, and action without delay. Fortunately we can find examples of this change across the world, at all levels of personal and collective engagement. This collection aims to portray a series of pioneering initiatives and their champions.

This website is designed to document, analyze and disseminate current practice, projects and plans for communities, cities and countries determined to be entirely independent from fossil fuel and nuclear power.

Renewable energy will be world's main power source by 2040, says BP

Annual energy forecast predicts record surge in wind, solar and other renewables

Renewable energy investment to increase by $210 billion over five years

Backing for renewable energy assets is set to rise 10% with grid-scale PV the most attractive opportunity among investors surveyed for a new report. But improved investment vehicles and outsourced asset management are still needed if climate change is to be mitigated.

Renewable energy, explained

In any discussion about climate change, renewable energy usually tops the list of changes the world can implement to stave off the worst effects of rising temperatures. That's because renewable energy sources such as solar and wind don't emit carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases that contribute to global warming.

Wood Mackenzie looks at the polar vortex and 100% renewable energy

The research and consultancy group's study of the latest polar vortex shows the need for greater interconnection of grids and 18-40 hours of energy storage in the Upper Midwest under high renewable energy scenarios. It also shows a potential role for nuclear power; but other extreme weather events tell a different story.

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