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Here you will find research on projects that forward the vision of each nation connected to a global grid of electricity, supplying 100% Renewable Energy:

Is 100% Renewable Energy Possible for Chile by 2020? and PowerPoint Presentation

Is 100% Renewable Energy Possible for Chile by 2020?California is in the midst of a water crisis. By The Republic of Chile has energy shortages and needs energy. Key factors have contributed to this shortage throughout the past decade, including limited indigenous fossil fuels, droughts and a natural gas shortage from Argentina in 2004. In addition to energy shortages, Chile is experiencing economic and population growth. The investment in a renewable energy mix is a high priority to provide a more secure energy supply, to reduce greenhouse emissions and to supply sustainable and healthier energy.


100% Renewable Energy and Grid Integration in Central America

The region is wealthy in renewable resources and is poised to restructure its energy sectors, particularly in electricity generation, so as to be renewables-based. Developing renewables-based energy sectors has become central to the economic, development, and poverty alleviation strategies of all Central American countries. Regional interconnection and integration present a mechanism for the region to work together to increase economic and energy security, decrease reliance on foreign oil, develop with green economies, and decrease poverty.


Is 100% Renewable Energy Possible for France by 2020?

Is 100% Renewable Energy Possible for France by 2020? This report focuses on the analysis of various groups reviewing the renewable energy potential within France. While those plans have focused on bringing the country to 23% renewable energy by 2020, this report takes a more agressive view. It raises the possibility of having France’s electricity powered by 100% renewable energy at the earliest possible date.


Is 100% Renewable Energy Possible for Germany by 2020?

Is 100% Renewable Energy Possible for Germany by 2020?This report focuses on how and whether it is possible for Germany to have all of its electricity generated by renewable power plants within the next ten years. It is fairly obvious that if possible, the chances of fruition are extremely low. Nevertheless is it extremely important to show decision makers and leaders the high potential, technology and possibility of green energy in Germany.


Is 100% Renewable Energy Possible for Spain by 2020?

Is 100% Renewable Energy Possible for Spain by 2020?This paper posits that Spain is theoretically capable of obtaining 100% renewable energy by 2020 -- theoretically only because of the logistical issues involved. Also, Spain’s slow recovery from the 2008 global recession has caused some reticence about additional spending. Even with the previously mentioned factors though, Spain does have other features that enable them to reach 100% renewable energy. Spain has a well-established foundation. Again, 35% of demand was met with renewable energy. The installed capacity of renewable energy is constantly increasing. Spain’s renewable resources provide great potential for the generation of energy. Some policies have been created to promote and facilitate the usage of renewables.





Is 100% Renewable Energy Possible for Turkey by 2020?

Is 100% Renewable Energy Possible for Turkey by 2020?This paper posits that Turkey is capable of obtaining 100% renewable energy by 2020. In 1970, the renewable energies could meet about 35% of demand. while in 2010, 10% of current demand was met with renewable energy. Current and even future electricity demand for 2020 could easily be met with renewable energies for an economically feasible situation. Even the primary energy demand could be covered by renewable energies, if sufficiently exploited! The transition from a fossil fuel based energy system to a renewable energy system is possible, if more commitment is shown.





How is 100% Renewable Energy Possible for Japan by 2020?

This report focuses on how 100% renewable energy in Japan is possible by 2020. Japan is now in a severe condition with their energy because of the 2011 nuclear power plant disaster caused by earthquake and tsunami. Since then, Japan has struggled to manage its energy in peak times. To solve this problem, the Japanese government and people are trying to shift their energy to renewable sources. So far, achieving this goal has been exceedingly low, even if it is possible. Despite this outcome, this report takes a strong position on energy issues. The purpose of this report is to demonstrate the feasibility of 100% renewable energy for Japan to decision makers, political leaders and the public.


How is 100% Renewable Energy Possible for South Korea by 2020?

South Korea is a country without many primary resources; the country imports most of its energy. It is one of the 5 biggest importers of fuel fossil energy in the world. To be less dependent on foreign countries includes reducing these imports, so the part played by using renewable energy has to be increased. Moreover, the greenhouse gases emissions have to be reduced or at least the rise of such emissions has to be stopped.


An Econonic Argument for Adopting a Zero Emission Energy Policy in Australia

An Econonic Argument for Adopting a Zero Emission Energy Policy in AustraliaAustralia ranks among the highest nations in the world for per capita greenhouse gas emissions; its energy capacity is mostly made up of fossil fuels, and it is one of the largest exporters of coal and uranium. In contrast, Australia boasts vast wind and solar energy resources that could be potentially exploited. This paper examines the economic argument for Australia to make changes in its energy consumption and mineral exports and take advantage of its potential by pursuing zero emissions renewable energy policies.


Renewable Energy Potential of Small Island States

Wind on small islandIn this document, you will find information on the energy potential on Small Islands States. On each page of this PDF format, you will find a consistent listing of renewable resource features presented for each Island.


Renewable Energy on Native American Tribal Lands

Wind on tribal landsNative American tribal lands contain enormous potential for renewable energy. Developing tribal renewable energy could provide them with steady revenue and drive the development of the tribal infrastructure necessary for the tribes to complete large projects.


San Diego 100% Renewables Report

Is 100% Renewable Energy Possible for San Diego by 2020?This report focuses on the analysis of various groups researching the renewable energy potential within the San Diego Region. While plans in San Diego's Regional Energy Strategy (RES) focused on bringing San Diego County to 40% renewable energy by 2030, this report looks further. In a clear and concise manner, it raises the possibility of having San Diego electricity powered by 100% renewable energy.



Renewable Energy Potential of Latin American |
El Potencial de America Latina Energia Renovable

The focus of this paper is to give an overview of the potential of renewable energy of every country in Latin America. Five different types of renewable energy resources exist: solar power, wind power, hydro power, geothermal and biomass. The purpose of this work is to contribute to the development of the widespread use of these renewable energy sources to counter the increasing concentrations of greenhouse gases, carbon dioxide and several other gases in smaller amounts such as methane and nitrous oxide, whose effects cause global warming.


Renewable Energy Potential of Argentina |
El Potencial para Energias Renovables en Argentina

Argentina has great potential for renewables, mainly due to its varied geography and climate throughout the country. An example would be that wind power farms could be installed in more than half of Argentina's Natural Territory.


Renewable Energy Potential of Brazil |
Potencial de energia renovável do BrasilTradução - Sumário, Conclusão

Brazil is one of the fastest growing countries in the world, and their energy consumption is following this same trajectory. The South American country has a choice between developing from mostly conventional energy, as developed countries have done before, or choosing a more environmentally friendly way by developing renewable energies.



Renewable Energy Potential of China (RE in China Review Video)

Wind in ChinaChina possesses enormous potential for the development of renewable energy. The government has recently set targets to be reached by 2010 and 2020 for installed generating capacity. The two main sources of renewable energy for China will be from hydropower and wind power.

Renewable Energy Potential of India

India in continentThis report gives an overview of the renewable energies market in India. We look at the current status of renewable markets in India, the energy needs of the country, forecasts of consumption and production, and we assess whether India can power its growth and its society with renewable resources.

Integrating Wind And Solar Energy In India For A Smart Grid Platform

This paper proposes that integration of enhanced electrical capacity realized through a large-scale integration of renewable energy resources, such as wind and solar energy, in the Indian electrical grid can lead to a smarter grid platform. This will ensure increased efficiency, reliability, and security, as well as a dynamic programable renewable resource mobilization in India leading to energy independence and an electrical grid that is much more reliable, secure, efficient, and greener. Presentation

Supergrid Modelling and Risk Assessment for the Indian Subcontinent

The Indian subcontinent faces challenges to energy security, reliable electricity for development, and blackouts. To mitigate these issues, an interconnected electricity ‘Supergrid’ can carry huge quanta of power across the sub-continent and provide for Renewable Energy generation. The supergrid provides energy security, more reliable delivery, boosts trading and eases cross border tensions. This paper assesses the need and conditions for a supergrid deployment and evaluates, ranks and maps the key risk factors facing the supergrid deployment in the sub-continent. Presentation

How is 100% Renewable Energy Possible for Nigeria?

National Energy Grid for NigeriaTechnical research conducted recently concludes that a 100% stable power supply from renewable energy is possible in Nigeria. Nigeria is positioned perfectly at the moment for investment in renewables, especially as it continues to fight for a stable power supply with several power plants currently under construction and the privatization of the power sector from November, 2013.

Renewable Energy Potential of the Middle East, North Africa

Desertec North Africa-Middle EastSolar energy has the potential to equip the Middle East with centuries of sustainable, clean electricity. A solar power plant the size of Lake Masser has the capacity of supplying the electiricty needs of the entire region.

Green Power Holds Promise To Replace Fossil Fuel As World's Primary Electricity Source

Wind on small islandIn this article, large-scale green energy systems can affordably replace fossil fuel as the world's primary source of electricity within 20 years, suggests new research from NOAA, the United States weather office.


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GENI Keywords: 100% Renewable Energy Reports, The GENI Initiative ,Multilateral Organizations, Global Model Index, Rural Electrification, Clean Development Mechanism, Cross-Border Interconnections, An Econonic Argument for Adopting a Zero Emission Energy Policy in Australia, 100% Renewable Energy for Chile by 2020, 100% Renewable Energy for France by 2020, 100% Renewable Energy for Germany by 2020, 100% Renewable Energy for Spain by 2020, San Diego 100% Renewables Report

Updated: 2016/06/30

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