The world will add almost 107 GW of new solar generation capacity this year, despite the Covid-19 crisis, according to the Renewables 2020 report published this morning by the International Energy Agency (IEA).
The multilateral thinktank has revised up by 18% the bearish prediction it made in May as it digested the huge impact of Covid-19 shutdowns which had afflicted the global economy in the previous quarter. According to the organization’s revised assessment, the world will add nearly 117 GW more solar next year with India, France and Germany leading the charge for big solar.
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