Two Charts on Global Renewable Energy Transition

The world continues to depend on coal, oil and gas as the primary sources for energy. Though the share of renewable energy sources is increasing it is still under 40% at a global level. Coal is the dirtiest form of energy source and fossil fuels like natural gas and oil are not the cleanest either. The global transition to majority renewable energy sources will be a long and hard slog and will take decades.

Global Share of Electricity Mix:

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Source: Renewable energy transition in 5 charts by Ajit Niranjan, Deutsche Welle

Global Primary Energy Consumption by Source:

Source: 4 new charts on renewable energy stocks by Truman, Genuine Impact Newsletter, Substack

More charts in the above linked articles are worth a look.

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