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Since 2001, for the first time, the global growth in the zero carbon area was low y-o-y in last year, even though, the cost of deployment of PVs, wind and hydro has declined significantly. The total electricity delivered by such projects was 180 GW net, almost the same as in 2017(IEA data). As per the Paris agreement, it should grow 300 GW, on an average per year, from 2018 to 2030, but the last year capacity was just 60 per cent of the targets. The capacity deployment stalled in the last year, where economic concerns and geopolitical issues hit application of new green projects.
Overall such power generation capacity has increased but the emission was high in 2018 by 1.7 per cent, and this has worried the environmentalists, who state the decline in costs and effectiveness offered by zero carbon technologies requires proper government policies to support, with a long-term vision to get optimal benefits.
The growth in PV deployment declined in the last year, which was compensated by the turbines, while, the overall slowdown in China was compensated by the growth in the US, the Middle East, Africa and Europe.
The global sustainable energy markets have been powered by battery which is an essential component for maintaining the continuity and supply of electricity generated through weather dependent sources like solar and wind. The price of solar declined by 84 per cent since 2010. The price of offshore wind declined 50 percent and onshore 49 percent. The price of lithium-battery declined 70 percent since 2012. The cost of equipment continues to reduce and the backup solutions provided by batteries helps to put back power when the weather is unfavourable. Also, it provides a substitute system in the conditions of peak demands. Sustainable green projects requires back up in the form of battery power and Abu Dhabi announced to construct world’s largest plant to store 648 up to MWH to balance the demand and supplies with a capability to support for 6 hours. The World Economic Forum claimed these systems offer unthinkable technological developments leading to the Fourth Industrial Revolution which could supply battery
to meet the needs of 1 billion people worldwide.
The competitiveness of wind power has attracted investors from financial services in Europe where they are taking calculated risks to gain higher. The diversified set of investors that includes banks, export credit agencies and institutional lenders are changing the way they funded these projects as per the WindEurope reports. In Europe, affordable debts are supported by the lending agencies and now the lenders are more comfortable with the risks associated with such projects as the interest rates are low and risk premium is falling.
The experts believe the current markets are favourable but the governments lack plans to implement it. There are issues in getting the project permitted as it remains delayed by the regulatory obstructions.
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