Can Greece learn to love renewable energy?

EconomyFeatures Tags: Energy, PPC By: Omaira Gill

Greece is one of the most fossil-fuel dependent countries in the European Union, and has struggled to shake off this label at a time when the production of energy from renewable sources is one of the fastest growing sectors in the world.

According to the Renewable Energy Policy Network, an estimated 19.4 percent of global final energy consumption in 2014 came from renewable sources, and employment  in the renewable energy sector (not including large-scale hydropower) increased in 2015 t...

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