New report suggests wind energy could supply 19% of global electricity by 2030, up to 30 per cent by 2050.
Category: Graph of the Day
Graph underlines renewables penetration in Australia, as AEMO observes no issue with SA having 100% renewables, as long as interconnector stays connected.
Citigroup analysis says energy storage will have profound impact on fossil fuels such as coal, oil, gas. It’s good news for renewables though.
Rooftop solar PV is providing 25% of electricity demand in South Australia – on weekends and on some weekdays.
BNEF paints picture of global onshore wind market adding an average of 50-53GW of new energy capacity a year out to 2020.
So who has got it right on predicting the growth of wind and solar – green NGOs or the traditional “experts”.