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During the last decade, wind energy has grown significantly. The energy produced by this source emerged from a concept that is of a negligible proportion compared to the important key players in energy markets. In some countries, the proportion of wind energy reaches just 10%; in Denmark particularly, it accounts for more than 20%. Wind power is often considered as the most important renewable resource; however, this is a very debatable point. more>>
Thermonuclear fusion is an energy source, which humans cannot use with current technologies. Although thermonuclear fusion is a rather simple nuclear reaction, to be able to provide it under the Earth’s conditions would prove extremely difficult. more>>
Nuclear fission is an energy source that requires both the mastery of technology and responsible policies to unfold its huge potential in a sustainable energy mix. At this point in time it is probably the most suitable candidate to provide cheap and clean base load where cooperation between industry, science and policy makers can succeed to create a suitable environment. more>>