For the first time ever, renewable energy has provided for 50% of the demand for Australia’s power grid.
A floating nuclear power plant has been connected to the Russian grid and has started generating electricity for an isolated are of Russia.
Thousands of people who live in the Far North region of New Zealand could potentially be facing frequent ‘Third World’ blackouts if Top Energy are not able to use the diesel generators to help power the area.
In recent years the Asian Pacific nations were making up over 75 per cent of power demand growth around the world and was the leading region for installations of wind and solar technologies.
India has a population of over one billion people and therefore requires large electricity supplies. Over the next ten years the nation has some ambitious targets to hit relating to its electricity supply especially when it comes to renewable energy.
Renewable power is showing to be resilient against the coronavirus whereas fossil fuel is showing its weaknesses and could see its peak over the next 10 years.
Whilst many people in most first world countries have access to a reliable and steady flow of electricity, there are still some corners of the world where access to energy is a huge issue. This is mainly prevalent in the remote isolated communities located in south east Asia even with good economic progress being made in past years.