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The IEA’s annual Renewables Market Report finds that by 2026, global renewable electricity capacity is forecast to rise more than 60% from 2020 levels.
Over the last five years, solar-generated electricity has tripled and wind is up by 65.2%.
Through the first three quarters of 2021, renewables made up almost all of new generating capacity in the U.S.
A new report states that the US will continue to install record levels of solar and wind capacity in 2022 as the energy transition intensifies.
The US could meet its current electricity needs using low-carbon sources by 2035 if the progress made in the past decade continues, according to a new study.
Energy Harbor’s announced closing of the Sammis plant means solar projects in Ohio’s regulatory pipeline already exceed the coal power that will remain after 2028.
Corporate funding of the solar industry -- including venture capital, public market, and debt financing -- increased 190% globally through the third quarter of 2021, according to new analysis by Mercom Capital Group.
The Midcontinent Independent System Operator has received a record 487 applications for interconnection this year, with renewable energy representing 64 gigawatts, or 83%, of the proposed new generating capacity.
The U.S. needs a grid of the future, now, to meet the goals of the Paris Climate Agreement and continue the rapid deployment of renewable energy assets, according to developers and industry experts.
Clean energy investments in India increased to $7.9 billion last year and are expected to surpass $10 billion in 2015.