New analysis by IHS Markit finds that renewable corporate procurement in the United States grew more than in any other country, representing over 60% of the global market for corporate-driven renewable power purchase agreements (PPAs).
Latest figures released by financial advisory and asset management firm Lazard in its annual in-depth studies, comparing the costs of energy from various generation technologies and of energy storage technologies for different applications, show that the cost of renewable energy continues to decline and maintain competitiveness with the marginal cost of existing conventional generation technologies driven by, among other factors, decreasing capital costs, improving technologies and increased competition.
U.S., European and Indian companies continue to dominate the list of top utility-scale solar EPC contractors according to new data released this month by Wiki-Solar, a leading source of information about the global deployment of solar photovoltaic power stations.
According to new data published by the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) in its annual Solar Means Business report, major corporations in the tech and retailing industry made significant investments in clean energy throughout 2019 having installed over 1,280 megawatts (MW) of new commercial solar capacity in the United States.
Solar PV is confirmed to be the cheapest source of electricity and it is on track to set new records for deployment every year after 2022, according to new data released by the International Energy Agency (IEA).