Hydro, nuclear provide bulk of world’s zero-emitting power

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<header><h1>Hydro, nuclear provide bulk of world’s zero-emitting power</h1><a href="" rel="author"></a><span class="title"></span><time rel="pubdate" datetime="2022-06-08T00:00:00-04:00">Jun 8, 2022</time></header><p>This chart is a reminder of the historically dominant roles that nuclear and hydro play in providing zero-carbon electricity—and the unprecedented growth of wind and solar.</p><p>It underscores the importance and difficulty of the conflicts represented in this week’s Voices article.</p>
Hydro, nuclear provide bulk of world’s zero-emitting power

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June 8, 2022
This chart is a reminder of the historically dominant roles that nuclear and hydro play in providing zero-carbon electricity—and the unprecedented growth of wind and solar. It underscores the importance and difficulty of the conflicts represented in this week’s Voices article.