International Renewable Energy Agency states that renewables contributed to 75% of energy in 2019

In an impressive recorded win in sustainability, modern green technology contributed to a massive 72 percent of all international technology growth in 2019. The renewable industry has committed 176 GW of worldwide power production to 2019, with new details published by the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) the previous week, but that is slightly smaller than the (reviewed) 179 gigawatt installed in 2018. 

On the other hand, green energy sources increased by 7.6% in 2019, and Asia led the development and accounted for 54% of overall changes, as seen by the annual IRENA sustainable power estimates 2020. While renewable energy development accelerated in the past year, the cumulative renews electricity production outstripped the production of fossil fuels by a margin of 2.5. The ratio of Sun and Wind to the overall clean electricity in 2019 was 90 percent.

The IRENA Executive-General Francesco LaCamera stated, “Clean energy is a budget-effective power source which protects electricity and customer from uncertainty, promotes financial stability and promotes industrial economic development.” “It is evident that several nations of the world understand the extent to which the power transformer will yield meaningful effects with sustainable inclusion, supplying much of their new power in 2019.

‘The road to stable growth and emissions change needs more of clean energy — also with great economic gains,’ Mr. La Camera added. “We note the value of building power in our markets in this challenging period. Throughout this decade of change, it is essential to allow legislation to encourage development and promote the implementation of greens energy.

Additionally, 70% of the total potential growth in virtually all countries in 2019 was clean energy, except in Africa and the Middle East, comprising 52 percent of gross inclusion and 26 percent, respectively. The increase contributed to 34.7 percent, up from 33.3 percent by the close of 2018, in the case of clean energy. In 2019, the global rise of non-renewable resources met long-term patterns with significant development in Africa and the Middle East and grossed decreasing in North America and Europe.

In 2019 Solar power introduced 98 gig watts, from which 60% had been in Asia. In China, 26 gig watt and the US 9 gig watt wind power grew to near 60 GW. Both technologies currently produce 623 GW and 586 GW, particularly about half of the clean energy potential in the world. A small growth annually of 6 GW, 12 GW, 500MW, and 700 MW was seen in hydroelectric power, biofuels, geothermal, and aquatic power.