Visualizing the Global Transition to Green Energy

October 31, 2018

A fully green future could be closer than you think. With each passing year, the steadily declining price of renewable energy makes it increasingly competitive against fossil fuels. Today’s infographic from Raconteur breaks down the material shift towards renewable energy, and where in the world it’s taking place.

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