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A record amount of renewable capacity was installed in 2021. Image: Unsplash/Nicholas Doherty

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Net renewable capacity additions by technology, 2017-2023. Image: IEA

Solar PV and onshore wind investment cost estimates for new projects under high commodity prices 2015-2023. Image: IEA

Renewable net capacity additions by country and region 2019-2021. Image: IEA

Renewable net capacity additions 2019-2021. Image: IEA

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