- RobertLv 612 months ago
Yes. But electric cars still suck. Wind power and solar power are less dependable than dedicated generating stations. But they are getting better and there are more of them so renewable energy is increasing, yet not at the rate of the discontinuance of traditional power supplies. So we will be reading by candlelight in the not to distant future.
- vulcan_alexLv 712 months ago
Yes it is, but its impact will be small because when you are a very small portion of generation doubling it or even more makes little difference.
- Anonymous12 months ago
It was here in Ontario Canada but the brakes of put on it since we now have the highest hydro rates in North America. The high rates have caused businesses to leave the province and for lower income and the eldery to,choose between eating or paying their hydro bills
The liberals caused the mess now the conservatives are looking at fixing it.
New windmill and solar projects are on hold.
I am for renewable energy but not how the last government was implementing it .
- zipperLv 612 months ago
YES! To what avail I have no idea.
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- 12 months ago
I think it will increase with the development of the society.
- PearlLv 712 months ago
anything is possible
- x-Wulfgar-xLv 612 months ago
Usage, yes; availability, same as ever.
- regeruggedLv 712 months ago
The sources to create energy are increasingly used: wind, solar, geo-thermal.
- 12 months ago
I KIND OF HOPE SO BUT REPUBLICANS WOULD NEVER GO FOR IT