In 2018, the two countries were integrated into the prestigious club, which is at least 100% renewable, at the exact time of the year, these countries are Norway and Portugal.
For some time, Portugal has strengthened its investments in renewal and these efforts already give strong and endless results. A report from the Renewable Energy Association of Portugal has reported 103 on the month of March for a renewable source. 6% of the country's demand More than that I needed In this percentage, 55.5% were hydroelectric and 40.2% wind, while the remaining percentage was related to solar energy.
Does Not Produce Renewable Energy Benefits? Of course, yes! The country saved 21 million euro and saved 1.8 million tons of carbon emissions from carbon emissions.
This year, Norway has achieved 100 to 98% clean production of Hydroelectric Plant, which has more than 96% area in which important projects have been developed and new technologies have been used. Two to four percent of wind, solar and bio-energy come from. Norway also offers green transportation, it has other world records, it has been suggested to give electric vehicles a total turn in less than a decade.
In 2017, the country achieved 300 days of 100% renewable energy for its hydroelectric generation project. In 2018, the new president of the nation announced a ban on fossil fuels promoting hybrid, electric and other sustainable options. More than three decades ago, Costa Rica started talking about clean energy, it seemed that she was talking about making castles of sand, but today is proved today and the country has achieved more success with promises and good intentions.
This small country of 3.4 million inhabitants is already utilizing its potential for hydroelectric generation and investing 3% of its gross domestic product (GDP) every year in structural reforms to achieve energy sovereignty over the year. Reduces drought and its environmental measures. Clean Energy XXI shows that in the last 6 years, Uruguay has invested more than $ 22 billion in sustainable removable energy and is now emerging as a regional leader. There is an extraordinary wind in the country and this is where it is the biggest use of clean energy to produce. Note that this does not mean that you ignore the use of solar or biogas.
Iceland and Lesotho
Hydroelectric power plant of Lesotho: In 1998, a hydroelectric plant was opened, enabling energy and water sale in South Africa. The country produces 90% of the energy. The country's small industry is based on the conversion of agricultural products and clothing. Lesotho has become 100% renewable, thanks to hydroelectric energy, but at the same time working with drought while buying energy from other neighboring countries. The renewal process should be integrated and it is moving forward.
Iceland Volcano: Energy in Iceland is almost entirely based on renewable energy. In 2011, this country produced 65 444 GW of primary energy, out of which 85% came from local sources of renewable energy. Volcanic geothermal energy gives primary energy 66.3%, which is supplemented by hydroelectric 19.1% and other sources. In 2013, the electricity produced was 18 116 GWH, which generated about 100% by renewable power – it was more than 99% in 1982 and remained almost exclusive later. The main use of geothermal energy is the heat of buildings, 45.4% of total geothermal consumption and 38.8% of electricity production. About 85% of homes in the country are warmed with this energy.
This way is not easy, many are interested, especially big oil companies. Now the march towards victory will stop nothing new. They are moving to a new place in Argentina and against all obstacles in Spain, in Colombia, Bolivia, Mexico and Brazil.
Impressive in Mexico also shines the 2.3 million photovoltaic panel's solar plant