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  • What’s Next for Alternative Energy?

  • Balu Balagopal, Petros Paranikas, Justin Rose
  • November 2010
  • Conventional energy sources will remain the bulk of the world’s energy mix for at least the next few decades. Yet there are several alternative-energy technologies that are approaching inflection points in their development and could have an impact on the global energy landscape far sooner than commonly assumed. Other alternative-energy technologies, meanwhile, will remain largely vision and promise for the foreseeable future. This report looks at the prospects for a range of alternative-energy technologies, including wind and solar.
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