Norway’s Real Carbon Footprint

The population of the Kingdom of Norway is approximately 5.43 million people[1]. In 2018, 100% of the people in this…

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Portugal Forging Ahead Toward A Clean, Green Future

The population of the Portuguese Republic (Portugal) is approximately 10.20 million people[1]. In 2018, 100% of the people in this…

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Renewable Energy Is Critical To Lithuania’s Independence

On March 11, 1990, the Act of the Re-Establishment of the State of Lithuania was signed by all members of…

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Hungary’s Future Is Nuclear & Renewables

The population of the Hungary is approximately 9.65 million people[1]. In 2017, state-owned utility, the MVM Group used nuclear power…

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Myanmar Is Turning To The Sun For Power

The population of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar is approximately 54.41 million people[1]. In 2018, 66.3% of the…

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Belgium Is Turning Away From Nuclear Power

The population of the Kingdom of Belgium is approximately 11.60 million people[1]. In 2017, utilities in the country used nuclear…

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Niger Dreams Of Electricity From Solar

The population of the Republic of Niger is approximately 24.36 million people[1]. In 2018, only 17.6% of the people in…

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Bulgaria Slowly Turning From Coal To Renewable Energy

The Republic of Bulgaria has a population of approximately 6.94 million people[1]. In 2016, national utilities used coal (46.4%), nuclear power (34.2%),…

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United Kingdom Rules The Winds

The United Kingdom (U.K.) includes the countries of England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland. The population of the U.K. is…

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Poland’s Challenging Transition To Renewable Energy

The population of the Commonwealth of Poland (Poland) is approximately 37.84 million people[1]. In 2019, utilities in the country[2] used…

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