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If the target were the amount of energy needed to provide nine billion people with the per capita consumption that Australians are likely to have risen to by 2050 then, given the anticipated growth rate, the target is 9 billion x circa 200 giga-joules (GJ) x 2, that is, 3,600 exajoules (EJ)--an EJ is equivalent to the energy content of approximately 42 million tonnes of coal.
The report identifies nearly 10 exajoules the equivalent of more than 341 megatonnes of coal of options for sustainable development through renewable energy.
4 exajoules (EJ) of energy (DOE 2011a) compared to 550.