The resilience of renewable energy investment amid the COVID-19 pandemic

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  • Electricity generation from renewable sources rose c.7% in 2020, pushing renewables’ share of the global electricity generation mix to 29% from 27% in 2019, according to the IEA’s Global Energy Review 2021 report
  • More countries are relying on electrification of heat using renewables
  • The popularity of electric vehicles has increased globally
  • Solar and wind generation costs have dropped significantly
  • Policy support from governments, low interest rates and rising oil prices also led to increased consumption of renewable energy

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