Renewable tracker sees wind and solar offsetting coal production by 2030

Published 12:08 on January 10, 2023  /  Last updated at 12:10 on January 10, 2023  /  International  /  No Comments

Current and planned renewable capacity worldwide will be sufficient to displace current operating coal capacity by 2030, but fall short of a net zero-aligned growth pathway, according to updated estimates from NGO-managed wind and solar power trackers. 

Current and planned renewable capacity worldwide will be sufficient to displace current operating coal capacity by 2030, but fall short of a net zero-aligned growth pathway, according to updated estimates from NGO-managed wind and solar power trackers.

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