Renewable Energy Resource Assessment

@article{Teske2019RenewableER,
  title={Renewable Energy Resource Assessment},
  author={Sven Teske and Kriti Nagrath and Tom Morris and Kate Dooley},
  journal={Achieving the Paris Climate Agreement Goals},
  year={2019}
}
Literature overview of published global and regional renewable energy potential estimates. This section provides definitions for different types of RE potentials and introduces a new category, the economic renewable energy potential in space constrained environments. The potential for utility scale solar and onshore wind in square kilometre and maximum possible installed capacity (in GW) are provided for 75 different regions. The results set the upper limits for the deployment of solar- and… 

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