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  1. I was doing some quick research into Solar energy and other types of non-fossil fuel energy. I believe as of 2014 atleast 5% of US energy is provided by Solar, though no hard figure I can provide. At this rate, it would cross >25% before 2018 !! (Though no one is publicly stating it) Also I read an article which says, last 2 years solar power is expanding exponentially. Many cities/states have installed more solar power this year/last year than previous 30 years combined !! My argument is , how long Middle East money rules? Will the dip in oil prices be permanent? Would like to collect some data/articles related to non-fossil fuel energy (like the Gold Thread) !! Cheers.
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