Point: Renewable Energy is Not Viable or Cost-effective

Marshall, Karen
December 2017
Australia Points of View: Renewable Energy;12/31/2017, p2
The article presents an argument against the viability of renewable energy. The author argues that alternative energy sources are not affordable and will not meet the Australian demand for energy. The cost of coal and other nonrenewable energy sources, the technological investment connected with renewable energy sources, and the cost of energy produced with renewable sources are discussed.


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