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Pathways to a fully sustainable electricity supply for Nigeria in the mid-term future
Ambitious actions focused on rapid defossilisation of today’s energy systems require greater urgency, in order to avert unmanageable impacts of climate change. Transitioning to a cost-effective and carbon-neutral energy ...
Pathway towards achieving 100% renewable electricity by 2050 for South Africa
Transition to a cost effective and fossil carbon-free energy system is imminent for South Africa, so is the mitigation of issues associated with the ‘water-energy nexus’ and their consequent impacts on the climate. The ...
Authors’ reply to the letter to the editor: Response to ‘A comparative analysis of electricity generation costs from renewable, fossil fuel and nuclear sources in G20 countries for the period 2015–2030’
Jani-Petri Martikainen has raised a few concerns after examining in detail the peer-reviewed published article Ram et al. (2018) and the technical report Ram et al. (2017) in his letter Martikainen (2019). However, Martikainen ...
Job creation during the global energy transition towards 100% renewable power system by 2050
Aside from reducing the energy sector's negative impacts on the environment, renewable power generation technologies are creating new wealth and becoming important job creators for the 21st century. Employment creation ...
Assessment of a cost-optimal power system fully based on renewable energy for Iran by 2050 – Achieving zero greenhouse gas emissions and overcoming the water crisis
Transition of Iran's power system from 2015 to 2050 through three scenarios was modelled. Two scenarios present a transition pathway towards a fully renewable run power system with different involved sectors (power only, ...