Bloomberg New Energy Finance’s (BNEF),
. . . up-to-the-date database of installations around the world,
. . . 1,000GW of Wind, and Solar, by the end of June 30, 2018, with:
. . . . . . 54% wind, and
. . . . . . 46% solar.
Bloomberg also explained that it estimates a total of
. . . $2.3 trillion was required to see capacity hit the 1 TW mark,
. . . but that the second terawatt will cost “significantly less,”
. . . due to industry-wide technology innovation resulting in significant price declines.
They estimated that capital expenditures on wind, and solar generation will total
. . . $1.23 trillion in the next 5 years alone.
8-4-2018 Source: A Terawatt: #Wind & #Solar Worldwide
A Terawatt: #Wind & #Solar Worldwide
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