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‘Exceptional new normal’: IEA raises growth forecast for wind and solar by another 25%

Clean energy will be an essential method of achieving the world's net-zero goals. Image: Unsplash/RawFilm

Simon Evans

Policy Editor, Carbon Brief

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The IEA renewable energy market update has increased its forecast for growth in China by 45%. Image: IEA Renewable Energy Market Update 2021.
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