Global solar to surge to 20% of power generation on north’s longest day of year

Published 00:01 on June 21, 2024  /  Last updated at 16:46 on June 17, 2024  / Sara Stefanini /  Americas, Asia Pacific, EMEA, International

Solar power is expected to generate a fifth of global electricity across midday peaks on Friday's summer solstice and 8% across the month of June, making it the fastest-growing source of power in the world, according to new research.
Solar power is expected to generate a fifth of global electricity across midday peaks on Friday's summer solstice and 8% across the month of June, making it the fastest-growing source of power in the world, according to new research.


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