He says, "At the moment it is still low. The government has started a program to promote renewable energy. By definition, if you include the hydros that we have quite a lot of in this country, it comes up to more than 10%. If you look at the conventional definition for renewables, the level is still low at about 2%. If you look at thermal, wind, bio mass and bio gas types of energy, they still are very small in terms of percentage. However when you include hydros, which are still available in the country, we probably pass the 10% mark. Of course the government is quite interested in pushing it up further to a target of let´s say 20% but that will be nearer to 2030 and it will take a lot of initiative and drive to get that going. "
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