IEA Predicts 40 Percent World-Wide Increase of Renewable Energy Usage by 2017

July 11, 2012

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The International Energy Agency (IEA) just published an optimistic prediction for the future of renewable energy, suggesting that world-wide green energy usage will increase by forty percent or more by 2017. The agency estimates that the use of wind, solar, hydro and biopower will jump exponentially over the next five years as the world embraces renewable energy, reducing our dependence upon fossil fuels.

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