Three hundred years ago, people used wood as their main energy source before moving on to coal, oil, natural gas, nuclear and, now, renewable energies. Energy is fundamental to human life, and its sources have changed, are changing and will change in the future, continuously redrawing the world map of key energy countries.
Today, fossil fuel reserves and production are concentrated in a handful of countries. Will the same be true for renewable energies? Or will we see a different model emerge, with reserves and production spread more widely across the planet?
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