Category: renewable energy
In this graphic, we explore the projected generation capacity of different clean electricity technologies in the U.S. for 2023 and 2024. The post 2024 U.S. Clean Electricity Outlook appeared first on Visual Capitalist.
Global clean energy spending is projected to reach $5.6 trillion by 2030. Which renewable sources are forecast to see the most investment? The post Visualized: Global Clean Energy Spending Forecasts (2022-2030) appeared first on Visual Capitalist.
Solar power has grown rapidly over the last decade, and so have solar plants. This map shows the world’s 15 largest solar power plants. The post Where are the World’s Largest Solar Power Plants? appeared first on Visual Capitalist.
Perovskite silicon tandem solar cell technology is a mouthful, but it’s basically perovskite crystals layered on top of silicon cells. The combination captures energy from the sun more efficiently than traditional silicon cells, creating powerful solar…
What key themes and strategies are retail investors looking at for the rest of 2023? Preview: AI is a popular choice. The post Charted: What are Retail Investors Interested in Buying in 2023? appeared first on Visual Capitalist.
Global consumption of coal surpassed 8 billion tonnes per year for the first time in 2022. Here are the countries using the most coal. The post Which Countries Are Most Reliant on Coal? appeared first on Visual Capitalist.
Accommodations account for an estimated 264 million tons CO2-eq in annual emissions and the sector has an ambitious plan to reach net zero. The post 3 Ways the Accommodation Sector is Making the Journey to Net Zero appeared first on Visual Capitalist.
This graphic describes new U.S. renewable energy installations by state along with nameplate capacity, planned to come online in 2023. The post Mapped: Renewable Energy and Battery Installations in the U.S. in 2023 appeared first on Visual Capitalist.
Despite the advent of renewable sources of energy, fossil fuels and their carbon emissions, haven’t gone anywhere. The post Charted: Global Energy Consumption by Source, and Carbon Emissions (1900-2021) appeared first on Visual Capitalist.