Introduction, Business and Industry Trends Analysis

Renewable electricity has been generated with great success for many decades in the form of hydroelectricity—that is, water flowing over a turbine installed at a dam site, with that turbine powering an electric generator.  Today, renewable energy comes from many other sources.  The non-hydroelectric resources are growing at a stunning rate worldwide. Despite the rapid growth in the renewables field, the traditional sources of coal and natural gas (and to a lesser extent, nuclear energy) remain the primary sources of electric generation in most of the world.  This is changing, but it will take years of development and vast investment…

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