Reappraisal of energy supply-demand in 2050 shows big role for fossil fuels, nuclear but not for nonnuclear renewables

There are a number of different energy scenarios currently being proposed, but most industry analysts forecast that world primary energy demand will double by 2030, climbing to 18 gigatonnes of oil equivalent (Gtoe)/year from 9 Gtoe in 2000, and roughly triple to 25-30 Gtoe by 2050.

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