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  • [ May 9, 2013 ]
  • Visualizing worldwide clean energy progress

Often, clean energy progress is relayed to the public through hard data and complex figures. As part of the International Energy Agency’s Tracking Clean Energy Progress 2013 report, the agency has created interactive data visualizations for readers to grasp clean energy trends worldwide.

Consider the following comprehensive maps, timelines, and graphs to see how different regions of the world stack up when it comes to clean energy development.

Click on this image to find the interactive renewable power generation graph. Image courtesy of the IEA.

Click on this image to find the interactive natural gas- and coal-fired power generation production graph. Image courtesy of the IEA.

Click on this image to find the interactive map of CO2 capture facilities. Image courtesy of the IEA.

More interactive resources can be found here, along with downloadable data and figures that contributed to the findings in the Clean Energy Progress report.

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