Fourth Industrial Revolution

This could be the world's largest source of energy by 2050

A worker walks past solar panels at a solar plant near Santiago, Chile May 5, 2017. Picture taken May 5, 2017. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado - RC1D3E2E4110

New data suggests solar energy could rival nuclear energy in terms of global capacity by the end of 2017. Image: REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado

Brad Jones
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