1. It is estimated that the global energy demand increases 48% by 2040. Most of this growth is due to the countries that are not listed in the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) including China and India. 2. Renewables and nuclear power respectively by an average of 2.6% …Read More »
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