Are we close to a 100% renewable energy world?

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     R. Martinez 

    The growth of storage possibilities, social acceptance, awareness and even preferences for renewable energies or cost-competitiveness seem to point in the direction of the electrification of the energy systems.

    But to say that wind, water and solar power will meet 100% of the energy needs by 2050-2055 is a great deal. And that is exactly what some researchers have confirmed, firstly arguing that electricity, transport, heating (and cooling), and industry in the US could be fully powered using renewables by then.
    Now, those researchers claim that the world’s energy needs can be a 100% fulfilled with wind, water and solar power.

    Nevertheless, there has been some criticism, since there are no few barriers, such as political, technical, economic or infrastructural that must be overcome.

    But will we be able to achieve such an ambitious goal? Are we even close to it? Is society willing and prepared?

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