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Renewables in Global Energy Supply

Renewables in Global Energy Supply

Renewable energies are essential contributors to the energy supply portfolio as they contribute to world energy supply security, reducing dependency on fossil fuel resources, and provide opportunities for mitigating greenhouse gases. Differences in defi nition and lack of adequate data complicated the discussion between participants on these key issues. The International Energy Agency believes that this fact sheet can be of use to all to facilitate the debate on the past, current and future place and role of renewables in total energy supply. Our goal is to present as objectively as possible the main elements of the current renewables energy situation. The defi nitions and coverage of national statistics vary between countries and organisations. In this fact sheet, the renewables defi nition includes combustible renewables and waste (CRW), hydro, geothermal, solar, wind, tide and wave energy

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Released Date 23 January 2007
Pages 12
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