An extended crisis in the US coal industry and ecological concerns surrounding energy generation are important contributors to the phenomenal growth in solar power generation capacity in the US during the last decade. Net solar electricity generation has increased by 7,135 percent, from about 508,000 MWh in 2006 to 36.8 million MWh in 2016.
Today, the combined net electricity generation capacity of the country’s 2,000 solar power plants is just 2 percent of the national total, and just 1 percent of the United State's total electricity generation. So, what do energy authorities expect from this industry going forward?
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This October will see the 6th Powering Africa: Nigeria investors summit take place in Abuja, where your commercial objectives are put at the heart of the agenda. We will also analyse the progress Nigeria’s power sector has achieved in the last 12 months. We warmly invite you to join us in October and would like you to let us know how your business has developed in the last year. We will be delighted for you to share your story with other participants too. Date of Event: 4-6 October 2017 Location: Abuja, Nigeria
The World Energy Outlook is the International Energy Agency's annual flagship publication that provides long-term projections of energy demand, production, trade and investment, by fuel and by region, under several policy scenarios*. These projections currently extend to 2040. WEO-2015 presents three main scenarios that are differentiated by their energy and climate policy assumptions, with the future energy picture that they portray varying significantly, and introduces a forth in this latest edition:The New Policies Scenario – the central scenario – describes a pathway for energy markets based on the continuation of existing policies and...
Organized by the American Council on Renewable Energy (ACORE) and the Latin American and Caribbean Council on Renewable Energy (Lac-Core), RELACCx will focus on renewable energy finance and development in Latin America and the Caribbean. This industry-to-industry event will explore political and financial landscapes, prominent and emerging markets, and existing energy infrastructure, with an eye on providing tools for accelerating renewable energy development in these regions. Scheduled sessions cover: finance, markets and policy; banking perspectives; business models for small-scale renewables; financing utility renewables; project...
Source: BP Statistical Review of World Energy June 2015