Massive scale-up of solar and wind are required to decarbonize global economies by mid-century.
Massive scale-up of solar and wind is essential to decarbonize economies by 2050, reports say
The combination of PV and agriculture could have benefits for both industries, while also cutting down on land use. Researchers are working to ensure that projects and systems are designed in ways that offer positive outcomes for both sides.
According to BloombergNEF, around 240 GW of new PV capacity could be deployed in 2023.
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The Drax Power Station near Selby, North Yorkshire, is the single largest CO2 emitter in the U.K. Its owner plans to replace the coal-fired units with gas power and a 200 MW battery.
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