Even if nations do not bolster their climate targets, renewables will meet 80% of the global growth in electricity demand by 2030, with solar leading the way, according to the International Energy Agency’s (IEA) new World Energy Outlook.
Edie 13th Oct 2020 read more »
Solar power now offers some of the cheapest electricity ever produced, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA) and will lead to a surge in renewables over the next decade, under current conditions. The World Energy Outlook 2020, published on Tuesday by the intergovernmental body, examines the impact that the pandemic has had on global energy, and offers forecasts for the next 10 years. Scientists say this decade is pivotal and that countries must rapidly convert to clean and renewable energy if we are to have a chance of reducing emissions from fossil fuels and getting the climate crisis under control.
Independent 13th Oct 2020 read more »