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IEA Sees Global Solar and Wind Capacity Doubling, Outstripping Gas and Coal by 2025

On Nov 13, 2020
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Global solar and wind capacity is on track to double over the next five years and outstrip both coal and gas, after continuing to surge in spite of the economic crisis brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, the International Energy Agency (IEA)...

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IEA Sees Global Solar and Wind Capacity Doubling, Outstripping Gas and Coal by 2025

IEA Sees Global Solar and Wind Capacity Doubling, Outstripping Gas and Coal by 2025

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