Can Europe really be 100% renewable in 40 years?

Can Europe really be 100% renewable in 40 years?
PricewaterhouseCoopers says Europe and North Africa can switch to 100% renewable energy as soon as 2050. Is this a realistic aspiration or a pipe dream?
Yes, it's realistic
No, it won't happen
It's viable but will take a lot of effort

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