This is how Europe is paving the way for a sustainable, green future

From floating power to clean energy at Chernobyl's new solar power plant. Image: REUTERS/Gleb Garanich

Sean Fleming

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Europe’ renewable energy comes from various sources. Image: Statistical Office of the European Union
Nordic and Baltic states lead the way on green energy in Europe. Image: Statistical Office of the European Union

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