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Majority of Clean Energy Technologies Failing to Keep Pace: IEA

A new assessment finds that a majority of clean energy technologies are failing to keep pace with long-term climate, air pollution and energy access goals. A new assessment of clean energy transitions finds that a majority of technologies and sectors are failing to keep pace with long-term climate, air pollution and energy access goals. And […]

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World to Get 50% Electricity from Wind and Solar by 2050, says BNEF Report

“We see $548 billion being invested in battery capacity by 2050, two thirds of that at the grid level and one third installed behind-the-meter by households and businesses,” said Seb Henbest, Head of Europe, Middle East and Africa for BNEF and lead author of NEO 2018. The world will generate half of the power generation […]

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India to Have Second Largest Power Capacity in Asia This Year

A consultancy firm based out of London, BMI research has predicted that India will soon overtake Japan in terms of power capacity. The report further added that by the year 2020 there are chances that India has potential to overtake US in terms of energy production. India is home to states like Tamil Nadu that […]

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