Hydrogen from solar power
- Nov 3, 2020 6:07 pm GMT
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The International Energy Agency in Paris in its World Energy Outlook 2010 has listed the following forecasts up to the year 2035:
“Globally, coal remains the leading source of electricity generation in 2035, although its share of electricity generation declines from 41% now to 32%. A big increase in the non-OECD coal-fired generation is partially offset by a fall in OECD countries. Gas-fired generation grows in absolute terms, mainly in the non-OECD, but maintains a stable share of world electricity generation at around 21% over the Outlook period.”
Whereby the oil price should remain constant at 80-115 US $ in the next 25 years. Such insights were personally announced 10 years ago by the then IEA Chief Economist Dr. Faith Birol.
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