The Future of Renewable Energy

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As the United States diversifies its energy portfolio to include greater investments in solar, wind, geothermal, hydro, and others forms of energy, it can be difficult to gauge their effectiveness. Carrington College California created this infographic showing the future of renewable energy. It projects renewable energy usage trends, compares investment by state, and analyzes global energy demand.

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MirjanaGjorevska
MirjanaGjorevska

I hope the future will be brighter because if not than our kids and the next generations and of course our green planet  will be in trouble.

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Cassidy Noblejas Bartolomei

"California produces more geothermal, solar, and wind power than all other states combined" Whoo! Go Cali!

Alex Gauthier
Alex Gauthier

i think its out of necessity. the energy demands in california are too high not to invest in renewables