Energy Efficiency and Technology Predictions for 2021
- Dec 30, 2020 4:31 pm GMT
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Distributed energy systems and renewables will continue to surge
2020 has been a difficult year for power companies. The pandemic has shaken up a lot of systems, and the economic and ecological problems the world faces continue to be a serious threat to stability. However there is a positive aspect to this: the continued expansion of renewable, green energy such as solar photovoltaic, wind, and hydropower, among others. Energy storage has also moved forward significantly in the marketplace.
The International Energy Agency’s recently-published Renewables 2020 report notes that COVID-19 has not slowed the growth of renewable energy. To project this forward to 2025, renewables will continue to be the swiftest-growing energy source.
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