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IPCC in brief; a nuanced look at renewable rollouts

On the face of it, the chunky 9.6% increase in global renewable electricity generating capacity in 2022 is an encouraging sign of things going in the right direction. But some nuance is in order, particularly given that non-renewable capacity also continued to rise; soberingly, the additions to fossil-fuel generating capacity in China last year dwarfed the increase in renewables capacity in the US.

Looking ahead to April, you can expect to hear much media commotion related to the UN’s International Mother Earth Day in April, but the main highlight will be the launch of our new quarterly Green Energy Chart Book

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