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  • Electricity is produced by the burning of fossil fuels & nuclear power IEA estimates by 2030, fossil fuels account for 85% of the electricity produced
  • Burning of fossil fuels and nuclear power leads to deforestation, air pollution as well as global warming
  • Solution is to use renewable energy where it will dominate the world’s energy supply system in future

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  • Technology, Society & Global Dominance
  • BACKGROUND
  • Production Of Electricity
  • Consequences
  • Solution
  • Advantages
  • INTERESTING POINT
  • China Dominates G20 Countries
    • Mandates where power generation companies are to use more renewable energy
    • Generous subsidies for consumers to install own solar panels/ solar water heaters
    • Domestic demand rises 15% annually
    • Encourage investors with its low labour cost
    Reasons For Domination
  • KEY TAKEAWAY MESSAGES
  • Key Takeaway Messages
  • RATING
    • Researched into areas that I was once unfamiliar with
    • Provided great insights into the clean tech industry
    Personal Rating
  • DISCUSSION
    • Every country wants a low cost renewable energy and now that China has achieved this, why is it that other countries are still criticizing them?
    • What are some possible reasons that led to the slip of US?
    Issues raised