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Global Energy Trends 2020 - Update

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07
Apr

Global renewable capacity rose by over 260 GW in 2020 (+10%)

The global renewable capacity increased by 10.3% in 2020, when 261 GW of new projects were commissioned, raising the global renewable capacity to 2,799 GW, according to the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA). Almost two third of the new renewable capacities were installed in Asia (167.6 GW, corresponding to a 15% growth), followed by Europe (+34.3 GW, +6%), North America (+32.1 GW, +8%), South America (+9.4 GW, +4%), Oceania (+6.9 GW, +19%), Eurasia (+6.2 GW, +6%), the Middle east (+1.2 GW, +5%), Africa (+2.6 GW, +5%) and Central America and the Caribbean (+0.3 GW, +2%).

02
Apr

Turkish GHG emissions decreased by 3.1% in 2019

Turkey’ greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions decreased by 3.1% in 2019 to 506 MtCO2eq, according to the Turkish Statistical Institute. The energy sector is the largest contributor (72% in 2019) to emissions, followed by the agriculture sector (13%), the industrial processes and product use (11%) and waste (3%). GHG emissions have more than doubled since 1990 (220 MtCO2eq) and GHG emissions per capita have increased by more than 50% (from 4 tCO2eq to 6.1 tCO2eq in 2019).

02
Apr

Sweden added 392 MW of solar capacity in 2020

Sweden’s solar photovoltaic capacity increased from nearly 700 MW in 2019 to over 1,090 MW in 2020, according to the national solar energy association Svensk Solenergi. The country added 392 MW of capacity in 2020, against 287 MW in 2019.

01
Apr

Italy added 785 MW of renewable capacity in 2020, 35% less than in 2019

According to Italian renewables association ANIE Rinnovabili, Italy added 785 MW of renewable capacity in 2020 (35% less than capacity additions in 2019), including 625 MW of solar photovoltaic (-15% on 2019), 85 MW of wind (-79%), 66 MW of hydro (+60%) and 8 MW of bioenergy (-59%). At the end of 2020, the country’s renewable capacity stood at 56 GW, including 21.5 GW of solar, 19 GW of hydro, 10.8 GW of wind, 4.1 GW of bioenergy and 0.8 GW of geothermal.  


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