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Solar-leader Chile has got 61% of its power from renewables this year

  • Kevin

    20 w

    They are really leading the way ins showing it can be done

    • Rashid Kamau

      20 w

      Chile is tremendously doing great in transitioning to clean energy.

      • Videlis Eddie

        20 w

        Chile is doing amazingly well in the transition towards green energy and it deserves more climate love for the milestone achieved

        • Munene Mugambi

          20 w

          I was not aware Chile was doing do well in regards to renewable energy. This should challenge other South American nations to follow suit

          • Rotich Kim

            20 w

            Chile is doing extermly well we need to embrace and support this move

            • rosebellendiritu

              20 w

              They are showing it is really possible

              • Rukia Ahmed Abdi

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                Chile's impressive achievement of sourcing 61% of its power from renewables this year is a significant milestone in the global effort to combat climate change. The country's commitment to harnessing solar energy underscores the transformative potential of renewable sources in reducing carbon emissions and fostering a sustainable energy future.

                • Sarah Chabane

                  20 w

                  Yes! Chile is a great example in this matter

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