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Can impoverished countries economically benefit from embracing renewable energy?

  • Yes, impoverished countries can economically benefit from embracing renewable energy.

    Impoverished countries could quickly benefit from embracing renewable energy. Anything that would maximize finances brings an economic benefit. Emerging economies need initiatives that will help cut down spending and cost. Renewable energy may not bet ht e answer to solving their financial situation but, it is a much-needed step in the right direction.

  • Impoverished countries could economically benefit from renewable energy.

    Impoverished countries could economically benefit from renewable energy. One way is that they would not be replacing structures but rather would be making wise choices when they do build themselves up. They could also benefit if they are able to establish themselves on the ground floor of producing the renewable energy items that they could sell to other countries.

  • It is often easy to do.

    Solar energy is one of the easiest energies to do. It is clean. There are not risks of disaster like there is with nuclear energy. There is no waste like there is with coal energy. Renewable energy can help developing countries tap the resources they need without destroying natural resources that make their countries great.

  • Yes, impoversihed countries can benefit from renewable energy

    Yes, I believe that impoverished countries can benefit from embracing renewable energy. By doing this, these countries have the opportunity to access resources that they may not have had access to before. They will also be able to continually have access as the cost to keep these resources running is very low.

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