Talk:Renewable energy commercialization

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August 11, 2007 Good article nominee Listed
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NPOV?[edit]

"With such a wide range of non-technical barriers, there is no "silver bullet" solution to drive the transition to renewable energy. So ideally there is a need for several different types of policy instruments to complement each other and overcome different types of barriers."

The use of the word "ideally" here seems rather problematic, and in general the article seems to be written in a decidedly "clean energy adoptionist" style. Furthermore, there's a section on non-technical barriers to implementation, which mentions barriers which are actually technical such as the way power networks are constructed, but there's no section which discusses the flaws of current renewables themselves. The entire article definitely seems to be deliberately painting an unrealistically-rosy picture. 96.234.137.123 (talk) 23:31, 29 November 2016 (UTC)

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