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The financial crisis in Europe is unlikely to derail Brussels’ clean power vision.
A study says 35 percent of electricity could come from solar and wind–without expensive new backup power plants.
The president of NRDC points to a growing investment by China in energy technologies.
Battery breakthroughs could lower costs and improve performance for electric vehicles and renewable energy storage–but commercializing these new technologies will be challenging.
The hybrid plant could be the cheapest and easiest way to add renewable energy to the grid.