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    Friday, July 23, 2021

    Global New Energy 2021 Milestones

    The World Has Achieved Huge Milestones in 6 Areas of Renewable Energy So Far This Year

    Andy Corbley, July 1, 2021 (Good News Network)

    …[M]arket demand and private entrepreneurship is driving what can only be described as a revolution in renewable energy…[The] latest achievements might have been thought unbelievable when global climate change was first being discussed as a serious threat…[S]ix months into 2021, we have already seen some amazing progress in wind, solar, and EVs…Citizens from the [Democratic Republic of the Congo, Sengal, and Nigeria face low] rates of reliable electricity…[but] solar power plants are set to help this problem…

    …[For wind manufacturers and investors,] 2021 was the single best year on record…[According to the 2021 Global Wind Report the global industry added 93 gigawatts,] equaling a 53% increase since 2020…Through technology innovations and economies of scale, the global wind power market has nearly quadrupled in size over the past decade and established itself as one of the most cost-competitive and resilient power sources across the world…

    …[And] 74,000 of the 373,900 cars that left German assembly lines were either electric or hybrid vehicles…Germany is the fourth largest auto market in the world, and electric car registrations—that’s bought and driven EVs—grew from a 4% national market share in December 2019, to a whopping 26% market share just 12 months later. 24% of these EVs were made by Volkswagen…Hybrids also jumped from 3% to 13%, meaning that there are more hybrids and EVs on German roads than gasoline-powered cars…[Globally, EV purchasing climbed 40% during 2020… click here for more

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