Huge additions of solar and wind becoming the 'new normal': IEA 

RENEWABLE sources of electricity such as wind and solar grew at their fastest rate in two decades in 2020 - despite the pandemic denting demand - and are set to expand in coming years at a much faster pace, according to the International Energy Agency’s Renewable Energy Market Update: Outlook for 2021 and 2022.

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Solar the new king of electricity markets:IEA

 
The amount of renewable electricity capacity added in 2020 rose by 45% to 280 gigawatts, the largest year-on-year increase since 1999 and equivalent to the total installed capacity of Southeast