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GREEN EARTH

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Veton Krasniqi

on 27 June 2016

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Transcript of GREEN EARTH

2010
This map shows the current role of renewable energy sources
in a fragmented power system. After hydro, wind is the largest
renewable power generation source, with around 4.8% of EU electricity
demand.
2020
In 2020, 230 GW of wind power is expected to supply between 14 and 18% of EU electricity demand, of which 40 GW would be offshore.
EU Energy Policy
Wind energy
14 %
494.7 TWh
Hydro
10.5 %
370.3 TWh
Tidal, Wave and Ocean
0.2 %
5.8 TWh
Biomass
6.7 %
232 TWh
Solar
2.9 %
103.3 TWh
In
2020
, according to the Renewable Energy Directive’s 27 National Renewable Energy Action Plans,
34%
(1,199 TWh) of the EU’s total electricity consumption (3,529 TWh) will come from renewable energy sources.
This map shows represents the growing role of photovoltaic (PV) and concentrated solar power (CSP) in the Southern European and biomass in Eastern European systems.
2030
10887 km

280 sunny days/year
2
2800 sunny hours/year
1 km =
200 MWh
56 GWh/year

20% of the total production of energy will be from solar energy.

22,000 households can be supplied from this energy.
2
KEK

CO

2
0.000055 %
500 watt
45
2800 h/year X 500 watt = 1400 KWh/year
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