WWEA: Phase out fossil and nuclear sources now!

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The World Wind Energy Association e.V. (WWEA) calls for governments to stop importing energy from fossil and nuclear forces and instead invest in renewable energies.

Official Press Release WWEA:

Renewable energies avoid the need for imported energy sources

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Renewable energies avoid the need for imported energy sources

Governments should phase out fossil and nuclear sources as soon as possible for a peaceful, a free, a prosperous renewable energy world

The current war in Ukraine has demonstrated once more the great dangers which are corresponding with an energy supply scheme that is largely based on fossil and nuclear energy sources. One-sided dependencies are a potential cause not only for major tensions and for an unbalanced distribution of economic opportunities. They even entail a risk of war.  Renewable energies, in particular wind, can be harvested everywhere, they are available in abundance and they are affordable. Accordingly, every country, every region, every community should use these energy sources as basis for their independence and wellbeing.  The... ... More: Official Press Release WWEA

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