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Income Distribution Varies Greatly

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The present income distribution of the world is massively inequitable. The top 20% receives 83% of all wealth, the bottom 60% split just 7% of the world's wealth.

The developed countries' focus must be on energy efficiency and transition to renewables.

In the developing nations the ability to raise their own living standards is the priority. Today, small scale energy generation is crucial.

With access to electricity to meet basic survival needs, the developing nations can then move from requiring foreign aid to becoming part of the world economy.

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