Posts Tagged with ‘MW’

Finance Friday – December 9, 2016

  32x. Plus. That’s the growth in corporate purchase agreements for renewable energy in just four years, since 2012.  Back then, these agreements were about 100 MW, and in 2015 the total was 3.25 GW.  The Rocky Mountain Institute expects a whopping 60 GW to be needed for the US corporate market by 2025. Some […]

Finance Friday – October 28, 2016

153 GW. That’s the amount of renewable energy generation capacity added worldwide in 2015. For the first time, renewables were more than half of net new capacity additions.  China alone was 40% of this total, and overall global generation is 23% renewables now. The growth is partly driven by the continued decline in contracted costs for […]

Finance Friday – September 2, 2016

$29.10 That’s the price of solar power that won the electricity auction in Chile recently – $29/megawatt hour.  Total pricing in the auction, which provides about a third of the country’s capacity, was down 40% from a similar process last year, with renewables winning more than half of the contracts. For reference, here are the […]

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