Which companies are killing the green energy revolution?

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article By Jeff Kravitz | November 11, 2016 5:29:22While it’s clear that global green energy is a massive problem, it’s not clear exactly what it is.

That’s because, according to a recent report by The Green Power Index, it varies widely depending on where you are.

The index tracks the green power sector, including the number of power plants, the percentage of energy produced and how much it costs to produce.

It measures the “green power intensity” of energy sources and determines how green they are.

In the U.S., a green energy sector includes renewable energy sources, energy storage, hydropower, wind and solar.

In China, however, it includes all energy, including fossil fuels, nuclear power, biofuels, hydroelectric power and biomass.

In terms of how it compares globally, it ranks Germany, France, Spain and the U, United Kingdom as the greenest nations in the world, while Russia and Australia have the greenstiest.

The Green Power index has also revealed that the U., U.K., China, Germany and Russia all have a negative index, meaning they are less than half of the green level, and Norway and Belgium have a positive index.

It is important to note that the index doesn’t take into account the carbon footprint of each energy source.

In some cases, energy produced has a lower carbon footprint than what was actually used.