The world is still looking for cost-effective substitutes for fossil fuels. Popular opinion still is heavily against nuclear, and environmental advocates still lobby against hydroelectric installations–at least in the developed world. (They don’t like it in emerging countries either, but they don’t get listened to quite as much down south.)
What’s available is wind, biofuels and solar. Wind and biofuels are stuck in controversy, so what is acceptable is solar.
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