How To Run On 100% Renewable Energy- Big Countries Should Learn From Their Smaller Conterparts

Albania, Iceland, and Paraguay obtain essentially all of their electricity from renewable sources (Albania and Paraguay 100% from hydroelectricity, Iceland 72% hydro and 28% geothermal). Norway obtains nearly all of its electricity from renewable sources (97 percent from hydro-power).

In the year 2016, Costa Rica did not use any fossil fuel in order to generate electricity for 299 days. The country has been powered on a mix of hydro, geothermal, wind, and solar energy, with hydro power providing about 80.27 percent of the total electricity.