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Top 5 nations that use renewable energy

Worldwide use of solar, wind, tidal and geothermal energy increased 15.5% in 2011, but together they still represent only 1.3 % of the world’s total energy use.  The factors behind the increase include adoption by some countries of enlightened policies, and enhanced private investment.  Also, some countries are committing to reducing their environmental impact and their dependence on foreign energy sources.  Do you know which countries use the most renewable energy?  Click on this link and be prepared for a few surprises.  GR

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