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PV Module Innovations to Help Drive Down Solar Costs in 2020s: WoodMac

In the 2020s, improvement in module efficiency and power class will propel the declining capex trend-forward and ultimately lower the solar LCOE The global solar industry has experienced tremendous growth in the past decade as the annual demand for solar rose year after year while the cost of solar declined significantly. In the 2020s, solar […]

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More Jobs, More GDP & Lower Emissions With Green Recovery Plans: Study

If all major nations developed green recovery plans, global emissions would be lower and millions of new jobs would be created in the energy and transport sectors. If all major nations, including India, the US, UK, etc. developed strong plans for a green recovery from COVID-19, global annual emissions would be seven percent lower in 2030 than […]

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Each new Wind Turbine Installed in Europe Generates €10m of Economic Activity

Wind energy is 300,000 jobs in Europe and contributes EUR 37 billion to EU GDP every year according to WindEurope’s new report ‘Wind Energy and economic recovery in Europe – How wind energy will put communities at the heart of the European recovery”. European leadership in wind energy will continue to boost jobs and benefit communities. Delivering the National Energy and Climate Plans is […]

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Over 17 GW of Wind Turbine Capacity Ordered Globally in Q2 2020: WoodMac

The second quarter of 2020 (Q2) saw more than 17 GW of wind turbine capacity ordered globally, according to a new analysis from Wood Mackenzie. The second quarter of 2020 (Q2) saw more than 17 GW of wind turbine capacity ordered globally. This equates to an estimated USD 16 billion, according to a new analysis […]

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Renewable Energy Investments can Surge 35% Through FY23 in India: CRISIL

Whetted global investor interest and enabling regulations can fuel a 35 percent growth in renewable energy investments in India through FY 2023. A new CRISIL analysis has estimated that by stimulating global investor interest and enabling regulations, India can fuel the addition of as much as 35 GW of renewable energy (solar and wind power) […]

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Wind-Solar Hybrid Projects Estimated to Reach 11.7 GW by 2023: Report

India’s total wind-solar hybrid capacity is expected to grow rapidly to reach nearly 11.7 GW by 2023, according to a new report by IEEFA and JMK Research. India’s total wind-solar hybrid capacity is expected to grow rapidly to reach nearly 11.7 gigawatts (GW) by 2023, according to a new report by the Institute for Energy Economics and […]

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Renewables get an Early Start on Beating Coal Generation: IEEFA US

The market window for coal-fired electricity in the US is closing faster than ever in a shift that is especially clear as autumn sets in. From July through October 5, renewables (utility-scale solar, wind and hydropower) generated more electricity than coal in the US on nine days—easily topping the total of five days recorded over […]

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Over 90% Families Have Electricity Meters, Billed Regularly: CEEW

As many as 93 percent of families have metered electricity connections and 91 percent of households are billed regularly for power consumption, as per CEEW. As many as 93 percent of families have metered electricity connections and 91 percent of households are billed regularly for power consumption, as per two independent studies released by the CEEW. The studies are based on findings from India Residential […]

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RE Could Meet 1/3rd of Demand in Central and Southern Europe: Report

A new report has revealed that by 2030, Central and South Eastern Europe could cover 1/3 rd of their rising energy demand with renewable energy (RE) The report “The Renewable Energy Roadmap for the Central and South Eastern Europe Energy Connectivity initiative (CESEC)” by the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) shows that accelerating the take-up […]

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