1. The Problem With Renewable Energy (and how we're fixing it) (Tom Scott via YouTube)
  2. Renewable energy could power the world by 2050 (Climate News Network)
  3. A Techno-Economic Study of an Entirely Renewable Energy-Based Power Supply for North America for 2030 Conditions (Stanford)
  4. Is 100% renewable energy realistic? Here’s what we know. (Vox)
  5. Is 100% Renewable Possible By 2050? - Interconnectors (Real Engineering via YouTube)
  6. An overview of solar photovoltaic panels’ end-of-life material recycling (Shahariar Chowdhury. et al.)
  7. Can the world run on renewables? Yes, Stanford researchers say. (Big Think)
  8. 100% Clean and Renewable Wind, Water, and Sunlight All-Sector Energy Roadmaps for 139 Countries of the World (Mark Z. Jacobson, et al.)
  9. [Declining Renewable Costs Drive Focus on Energy Storage](https://www.nrel.gov/news/features/2020/declining-renewable-costs-drive-focus-on-energy-storage.html#:~:text=For a longer span%2C pumped,energy storage deployed in 2018.) (NREL)
  10. Life Cycle Assessment Harmonization | Energy Analysis (NREL)
  11. Gigawatt Electricity Storage Using Water and Rocks (Advanced Science News)
  12. Inside Bath County Power Station (Dominion Energy)
  13. Planet of Humans (Jeff Gibbs)
    1. “If we get ourselves under control, all things are possible”
  14. Germany’s energy consumption and power mix in charts (Clean Energy Wire)
  15. Inside Clean Energy: 6 Things Michael Moore’s ‘Planet of the Humans’ Gets Wrong (InsideClimate News):
  16. STAT FAQs Part 2: Lifetime of PV Panels | State, Local, and Tribal Governments (NREL)
  17. (PDF) The Avian and Wildlife Costs of Fossil Fuels and Nuclear Power (Benjamin Sovacool)
  18. Solar, wind and nuclear have 'amazingly low' carbon footprints, study finds (Carbon Brief)
  19. Understanding future emissions from low-carbon power systems by integration of life-cycle assessment and integrated energy modelling (Pehl, M., Arvesen, A., Humpenöder, F. et al.)
  20. The Inside Story Of The World’s Biggest ‘Battery’ And The Future Of Renewable Energy (Think Progress)