The global price tag for 100 Percent renewable energy: $73 trillion

The global price tag for 100 Percent renewable energy: $73 trillion

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A global effort to transition to 100 percent renewable energy by 2050 would cost nations $73 trillion upfront — but the expense will pay for itself in under seven years, according to a new report from researchers at Stanford University.

The study also found that the shift to a zero-carbon global economy would create 28.6 million more full-time jobs than if nations continue their current reliance on fossil fuels…

Read Full Article; Yale E360 (12-20-2019)

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