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Sources of Energy in Developing Countries

This is the fifth post in a five-part blog series focused on the energy industry. The future of energy is often discussed in the news. Many publications will say that the energy market’s future rests in one form or another but the future of the energy industry whole is difficult to predict because much of the future of energy is rooted in the policies of politicians. However, the Earth is not yet close to running out of these nonrenewable fuels so while there will be a need to.
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