How Europe's energy citizens are leading the way to renewable power

Energy citizens in Europe may produce twice as much power by 2050 Image: REUTERS/Michaela Rehle

Rob Smith


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The energy citizens in Denmark are driving energy production away from fossil fuels Image: REUTERS/Christian Hartmann

Energy citizens: from energy consumers to participants Image: EREF
How the 100% renewable energy mix could look in 2025. The participation of energy citizens might be pivotal to achieve this. Image: EREF

The sun is one of the most accessible power source for the energy citizens Image: REUTERS/Ludovic Marin

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