Countries at the forefront of renewable energies

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Iceland-Almost 100% of Iceland's energy comes from renewable source. Most of the energy for electricity derives from the country's geothermal and hydroelectric power plants.

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Iceland - According to EcoWatch, the country is the largest clean energy producer per person in the world.

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Sweden - In 2015, Sweden pledged to eliminate fossil fuel usage within 25 years.

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Sweden - Over half of the country's power comes from renewable sources, including hydropower and wind.

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Portugal - In March 2018, Portugal generated enough renewable energy to power the whole country for a month.'

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Portugal - The southern European nation predicted that alternative energies will be enough to satisfy electricity needs by 2040.

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Norway - The Nordic country is an example for the rest of the world. Almost 100% of its energy comes from renewable energy sources.

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Norway - Norway also has the highest number of electric cars per capita.

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Germany - For a rather cloudy country, Germany is actually investing a lot in solar energy. Wind power is also one of the nation's biggest source of energy.

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Germany - In 2018, Germany briefly reached a new milestone by covering around 100% of electricity usage with renewable energies.

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Denmark - Denmark is another country that aims to be free of fossil fuel by 2050, mainly through investing in wind power.

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Denmark - By 2014, the total amount of energy coming from renewable energies was at almost 30%.

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China - China is the world's largest polluter, which means they've had to step up their clean-energy game recently.

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China - They're also the largest investor in renewable energies.

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Chile - Chile houses the largest solar-energy plant in South America, which is located in the Atacama Desert.

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Chile - The Renewable Energy Association of Chile has even called for a 100% dependency on renewables in the electricity sector by 2040.

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