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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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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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Global Energy Storage Capacity to Reach 741 GWh by 2030: WoodMac

A new report by Wood Mackenzie’s has estimated that the global energy storage capacity additions could grow to reach 741 GWh of cumulative capacity by 2030. A new report by research agency Wood Mackenzie’s has estimated that the global energy storage capacity additions could grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 31 percent, […]

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Key Battery Metals Need Increased Investment to Meet Climate Targets

According to Wood Mackenzie’s Accelerated Energy Transition (AET) scenario, the battery raw materials supply chain requires much more investment by 2030. According to Wood Mackenzie’s Accelerated Energy Transition (AET) scenario, which sees global warming limited to 2.5 degrees (Celsius), the battery raw materials supply chain requires much more investment by 2030. The AET brings electric […]

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US Energy Storage Market Sets Record for Deployments in Q2: WoodMac

The US energy storage sector saw its strongest Q2 on record for deployments, according to Wood Mackenzie and the US ESA’s latest report The United States energy storage sector saw its strongest second quarter on record for deployments. According to Wood Mackenzie and the U.S. Energy Storage Association’s (ESA) latest ‘US Energy Storage Monitor’ report, […]

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The Green Hydrogen Wave, And Its Implications for Renewable Energy

A report this week from Wood Mackenzie says green hydrogen costs will fall by up to 64% by 2040. Those numbers are broadly in line with what many other experts have been predicting, though many have predicted competitiveness as early as 2030. However, seen another way, those numbers simply show just how far green hydrogen […]

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Using RE to Power LNG Plants Could Reduce Emissions by 8% in APAC: WoodMac

Using RE to power LNG plants in Asia Pacific (APAC) could reduce emissions by about 8 percent, according to an analysis by Wood Mackenzie. Using renewable energy (RE) to power liquefied natural gas (LNG) plants in Asia Pacific (APAC) could reduce emissions by about 8 percent, according to an analysis by Wood Mackenzie. Asia Pacific […]

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Electric Truck Sales to Increase Exponentially by 2025: WoodMac

There were just over 2000 electric trucks on US roads at the end of 2019. This stock is expected to grow to over 54,000 by 2025, according to Wood Mackenzie There were just over 2,000 electric trucks on US roads at the end of 2019. This stock is expected to grow to over 54,000 by […]

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