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Given: solar renewal 0.0849, nuclear 8.27, hydroeletric renewal 2.53, wind renewal 1.59, geothermal 0.157, natral gas 8.34, coal 16.5, biomass renewal 0.465, petroleum 0.262........total 38.2
Suppose that by 2025 we need to increase the total amount of electricity to 50. What would be the percentage increase in the total amount of energy? Now suppose that we want the same increase, but don't want to increase the amount from any non renewable source. What would be the % increase in the amount of electricity from renewable source to achieve the same over all increase? Nuclear power replaces with with renewable resources...what percentage would we need to increase the amount of electricity from all renewable resources to make up for the lost electricity from nuclear power?

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