Once The European renewable energy data has been digested, it is clear that a number of preconceived notions are effectively riddled with holes and that the data sets the record straight on wishful thinking about the economics of the various sectors. So looking at the European renewable energy sales figures for 2015, wich tooped 150 billion euros, wind enrgy accounted for more than 30% of these figures compared to only 10% produced by photovoltaic. This ranking is almost mirrored by the sectors’job figures, for more than a million people work in renewable energies in Europe. In these times of mass unemployment, that is no mean feat. However half of these workers live in Germany, France and United Kingdom, namely only three of the twenty-eight Member States that currently form The European Union.

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