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Radiocarbon measurements are always reported in terms of years `before present' (BP).
Fossil resource depletion, carbon dioxide emissions to the atmosphere and concerns on security-of-supply in the 21st century have led many a country to stipulate renewable energy and to vouch for an energy transition - away from fossil, towards renewable.
Around the globe already many wind farms, solar and biomass installations have been put in operation.
Electric power generation is capital-intensive, carbon-intensive, knowledge-intensive and technology-intensive.
Around the world thermal power plants dominate the scene.This figure is directly based on the proportion of radiocarbon found in the sample.It is calculated on the assumption that the atmospheric radiocarbon concentration has always been the same as it was in 1950 and that the half-life of radiocarbon is 5568 years.Using the data in enipedia, reveals that while in many a country natural gas, coal and uranium remain the fuel of choice, some countries already appear to have a largely renewable electricity supply by catering for their electricity needs largely with hydro power - Brazil, for example, has 390 hydropower stations listed in enipedia.We invite you to explore enipedia, use its information and add to it.For this purpose `present' refers to 1950 so you do not have to know the year in which the measurement was made.