solar capacity additions

Europe On Track For 56 GW Solar Additions In 2023

Continuing a third straight year of over 40% growth, Europe is set to add 56 GW of solar capacity in 2023. The data comes from SolarPower Europe, the trade body representing the European solar industry. The report also cautions that the continent might be pushing the limits of its ability to absorb solar capacity, as […]

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October Solar Additions Equal To Full 2022 As Europe’s Solar Romance Blooms

Rystad Energy Research reports that Europe’s solar installation levels are exceeding expectations, with the amount installed in October 2023 already matching the total installed in all of last year. Rystad Energy modeling forecasts new solar capacity additions will grow 30% this year versus 2022, surpassing 58 gigawatts direct current (GWDC) of new panels by the […]

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Lower Auction Volumes, Supply Chain Challenges May Slowdown 20% of India’s PV Capacity Additions in ’23: IEA

The IEA (International Energy Agency), in its latest study, “Renewable Energy Market Update 2023 & 2024” has offered significant insights on worldwide markets in the renewable segment. The revelations of the report are as follows- Global Renewable Capacity Additions  As per the report, the global renewable capacity additions are set to soar by 107 gigawatts […]

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Solar, Wind Account for 92% Of Capacity Additions In 2022 In India

New analysis from global energy think tank Ember reveals that solar and wind drove the majority (92%) of India’s electricity capacity additions in 2022. This strong growth sets the stage for the country to assume climate leadership in the run up to the G20 summit this year. Coal accounted for only 5%. India’s solar and […]

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India Adds Just 487 MW of Solar Capacity in February 2023

As per the latest figures of installed capacity of renewable energy released by the CEA (Central Electricity Authority), India’s solar capacity rose to a little over 64380 MW as on February 28, 2023. In January 2023, the total solar power capacity stood at a little more than 63893 MW. Thus, over the span of a […]

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