Renewable energy made up half of world’s new power plants in 2014 according to the International Energy Agency

By Damian Carrington (The Guardian)

Thermo-solar power plant in Beni Mathar, Morocco.           Above: Massive thermo-solar plant in Beni Mathar Morrocco
             

The IEA said investment in oil exploration and production was set to fall by 20% in 2015, as high cost projects in the US, Canada, Russia and Brazil continue to be shelved.

“Renewable energy has become a mainstream fuel.”

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