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IRENA’s Renewable Capacity Statistics 2022

At the end of 2021, global renewable generation capacity amounted to 3,064 GW. Hydropower accounted for the largest share of the global total, with a capacity of 1,230 GW. Solar and wind energy accounted for equal shares of the remainder, with capacities of 849 GW and 825 GW respectively. Other renewables included 143 GW of bioenergy and 16 GW of geothermal, plus 524 MW of marine energy.

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United States Energy Sector Review

The Monthly Energy Review is the U.S. Energy Information Administration’s (EIA) primary report of recent and historical energy statistics. It includes statistics on total energy production, consumption, stocks, trade, and energy prices; overviews of petroleum, natural gas, coal, electricity, nuclear energy, and renewable energy; carbon dioxide emissions; and data unit conversions.

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Off-grid renewable energy statistics 2021

Off-grid electricity production from renewables, although largely unrecorded in most countries, is believed to be expanding rapidly. By combining information from surveys, administrative data and desk research, the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) has attempted to illuminate major trends in off-grid renewable energy deployment around the world.

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IEA Key World Energy Statistics 2021

IEA Key World Energy Statistics (KWES) is an introduction to energy statistics, providing top-level numbers across the energy mix, from supply and demand, to prices and research budgets, including outlooks, energy indicators and definitions. KWES is part of the IEA’s annual edition of the world’s most comprehensive series of energy databases and data services, which include World Energy Statistics and Balances and the full range of fuel information data services.

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More than 260 GW of renewable energy capacity added globally in 2020 says IRENA

According to the latest data released by the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA), 2020 witnessed more than 260 GW of renewable capacity additions globally. These massive capacity additions have exceeded the 2019 installations by roughly 50 per cent despite the slowdowns on account of the covid-19 pandemic. In terms of total installed renewable power capacity worldwide, there has been a 10.3 per cent rise when compared to 2019.

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