A new study pays tribute to the myth that maintains world-wide developmental coal-burning generators, and the emerging economy is not the leader in renewable energy and world-leading renewable energy, but only half of it.
The latest data from the Bloomberg New Energy Finance Climatescope Survey shows that disaster technologies costs and renewal policy make it possible for developing countries to take advantage of clean energy leadership in developed countries.
The report shows that in 2017, developed nations added 114GW of zero-carbon registers of all kinds, that 94GW is a wind and a solar disk.
At the same time, at least since 2006, they have created a new coal-fired power generation capacity since 2017 with the new coal 2016, 38 percent lower than the previous year, at 48GW.
This number, according to BloombergNEF, is not only half of the year 2015, when commissioned at the 97GW commission in the market, almost half of the countries added to it in 2017 are half the solar and wind power.
This is a bad news from the nation-developed government, like the Australian Morrison Coalition, that Australia does not burn coal in new plants, other nations, like China and India, and our neighborhoods, like Indonesia.
Rather, the BNEF says that these countries, as opposed to many developing countries, continue to grow in the demand for electricity, are leading the way to the construction of renewable energies and increase the costs of energy technologies.
This report is committed to the global leadership of clean energy to improve the economy of clean energy technology, especially wind and sun.
"Because of the extraordinary costs of equipment in many developing countries, new renewable energy projects face new fossil fuels," he stressed.
This trend has been evident, he says, in more than 28GW contracted offers in 2017 new markets, offerings that winds have as low as 17.7 / MWh and solar $ 18.9 / MWh.
Climatescope also maintains that the dollar of the clean energy is more national than ever, developing countries with 54 wind farms with a minimum of 54 investment and a solar fund of 1.5MW or more in 76 countries.
"It happened again," said Dario Traum, BNEF Senior Associations and Climatescope Project Managers in the report's comments.
"Only a few years ago, some argued that developed countries did not, or could not, be expensive for generating energy as zero carbon sources"
"Today, these countries are the leader in the expansion, investment, policy innovation and the reduction of costs."
But this does not mean that the global climate challenge is less reflected.
While more than a decade of coal-fired increases increased by a few tenths, true-generation coal plants rose 4% in 2017 and 6,4 TW.
Although renewable energies can build new coal-fired factories, 193GW coal is currently under development at national level, according to Coalswarm data.
On a climate-by-side basis, BNEF says the real challenge of renewable energies is not only to overcome new coal-fired power stations for new building opportunities, but to shift existing coal-fired plants, many of which have recently come.
In fact, the same challenge must appear in Australia, but in this case, these charcoal plants are at the end of their lives and not at the beginning.