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Interactive Infographic: 100% Renewable Energy Benefits in the 50 States

Posted by Joe Gentle on Tuesday, February 25th, 2014

This interactive infographic from The Solutions Project gives you a glimpse into the future of renewable energy. By analyzing each state’s renewable-energy potential, The Solutions Project was able to predict which types of renewable energy could contribute to meeting each state’s energy needs, in a future where fossil fuels and nuclear power are no longer options. Each state’s profile includes additional effects of switching to renewables, like reduced mortality and illness costs, and the percentage of land needed for wind, water and solar projects.

The idea of 100% renewables may seem ambitious now, but visualizing the potential certainly makes the possibility seem more real.

The Solutions Project: 50 Plans, 50 States The Solutions Project: Kansas

About The Solutions Project
www.thesolutionsproject.org
“In June of 2011, a scientist, an actor, a banker and a filmmaker were sitting around a table talking about their opposition to extreme energy extraction. Their conversation sparked an important realization – it wasn’t enough for them to be against something. They needed to be part of the solution. That day, Mark Jacobson, Mark Ruffalo, Marco Krapels and Josh Fox created The Solutions Project. Our Mission: Use the powerful combination of science + business + culture to accelerate the transition to 100% clean, renewable energy.”

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