If you consider Nuclear Energy an alternative energy, then the United States. The us has about 104 Nuclear power plants and is responsible for nearly 1/3 the world’s nuclear energy output.
Germany is a leader in alternative energy usage with over 7.3% of its total energy consumption coming from renewable sources in 2008. Additionally, this number is predicted to reach 33% by 2020 and 100% by 2050. These goals are ambitious, but certainly within their reach. Also, China, the world’s leader in emissions, is now the leader in renewable energy production with 152 gigawatts of renewable energy capacity installed. With huge amounts of government investment in renewable energy technology, China is making a strong push to gain consideration as one of the world leaders in renewable energy consumption and usage both.
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