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English: A straight line projection from where we are to where we need to be to meet global energy demand in 2015, post peak oil would require wind increasing by 155%/year and solar by 265%/year. The ratio of solar and wind in 2025 is speculative and arbitrary, as each can more than supply all of our energy needs. The ratio shown is 65% solar, 25% wind, and 10% all other renewables, such as geothermal and hydropower. The numbers shown are not installed capacity, but average output, i.e. TWh/year or GWh/year divided by 8760 hrs/year.
Date 28 March 2009
Source Own work
Author Delphi234


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