Renewables 'can be like oil boom'

Renewables 'can be like oil boom'

There are 2 comments on the Brechin Today story from Jun 2, 2011, titled Renewables 'can be like oil boom'. In it, Brechin Today reports that:

Scotland's renewable power pioneers have the potential to be the Rockefellers of the "21st-century energy revolution", Energy Minster Fergus Ewing has declared.

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Eric

Istanbul, Turkey

#1 Jun 3, 2011
Renewables are already mainstream for electricity in many countries. This trend will continue with increasing fossil fuel and decreasing renewable prices. Countries which have invested in renewables will be countries which are energy independent and countries with higher living standards (w/o air polution), whereas countries which have not undergone this energy transformation will be countries suffering from overpopulation, air polution and energy scarcity.
Dwight Baker

Eagle Pass, TX

#2 Jun 3, 2011
Boring

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