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Dual Reporting of Renewables: An Idea Whose Time Has Come

Across Europe, consumers are choosing renewable electricity and are doing so on a large scale. Last year consumers actively chose to buy more than 550TWh of renewable electricity, roughly equivalent to 20% of all European electricity consumption.
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