World’s Renewables Are Set to Grow Enough in 5 Years to Power China

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Renewable power is expected to grow in the next five years as it has in the past two decades. This is driven by soaring energy prices and the climate crisis, which is making governments stop using fossil fuels.

According to CNN Business, the International Energy Agency predicts an acceleration in installations of renewable power sources. New reports say that green energy will overtake coal and become the biggest source of electricity by 2025.
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“Renewables were already expanding quickly, but the global energy crisis has kicked them into an extraordinary new phase of even faster growth as countries seek to capitalize on their energy security benefits,” IEA executive director Fatih Birol said in a statement.

It’s expected that renewable power capacity will grow by 2,400 gigawatts from now until 2027, which is equal to the entire power capacity of China today. 

This change in energy sources is also driven by the crisis in Ukraine. Europe has to wean itself off the gas oil imports from Russia, and the continent is switching to green energy sources.

Most of the growth in renewable energy will come from solar and wind power, with solar capacity expected to triple in the next five years.


Marina is passionate about sustainability and works to help ensure our planet stays as our home for a long time. She takes part in environmental conservation by recycling and not buying single-use plastic. When not writing, she can be found with her nose stuck in a book or trying out new baking recipes.


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