According to Bloomberg New Energy Finance, spending on renewable energy capacity is expected to total $7 trillion over the next 20 years.2 Limited conventional fuel supplies, growing demand for energy, advances in technology, continuing climate change, and improving price competitiveness between traditional and renewable energy sources are expected to drive the continued growth of renewable energy for years to come.







2) Source: Bloomberg New Energy Finance, November 16, 2011.

3) Source: Bloomberg New Energy Finance, April 22, 2013.


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