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See who's leading the charge
1. Norway
2. Sweden
3. Finland
4. Latvia
5. Denmark
6. Montenegro
7. Estonia
8. Portugal
9. Austria
10. Lithuania
Source: ec.europa.eu

Norway

Big on renewables
Hydro and wind account for 98% of electricity production

Sweden

Warmer winters
Body heat from commuters in Stockholm is used to heat buildings
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Finland

Winds of change
Wind power capacity jumped by 75% in 2022 with 437 new turbines
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Latvia

Power for the people
Has about 160 hydroelectric plants — one for every nine citizens
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Denmark

Environmental occupations
Nearly 25% of workers do jobs that further “green” objectives
Source: www.oecd.org
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Montenegro

Here comes the sun
Solar power generation increased tenfold in 2023
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Estonia

Tracking the volts
100% of electricity usage is monitored by smart energy meters
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Portugal

Completely clean
Ran on only clean energy for 149 hours straight in November 2023
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Austria

Green ambition
Has committed to a 100% renewable electricity supply by 2030
Source: www.iea.org
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Lithuania

Sustainable travel
Electric buses are assembled locally and include recycled plastic
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