There is a lot of talk about clean energy but If we only use renewables, will there be enough energy for everyone?
Yes, and we are on the road to achieving it. There are already countries where 100% of the electricity generated comes from renewable sources. And many others where the percentage exceeds 80%, such as Austria, Uruguay, New Zealand, Norway, Iceland, Denmark, Costa Rica, Central African Republic and Brazil.
The data on the development of new renewable capacity in the world are promising: Renewable energies already dominate the global market for new generation capacity and have become the cheapest source of electricity in many markets.
According to data from IRENA, the International Renewable Energy Agency, in 2020 global generation capacity based on renewable energies increased by 260 GW, more than four times the increase in the amount generated from other sources..