Wind’s cost-competitiveness to outweigh short-term inflation – DNV

Inflationary pressures and supply chain disruptions pose short-term challenges to renewables growth, according to a new report – but these factors will not derail the rapid expansion of wind and solar as the world aims for net zero emissions by 2050.

by Craig Richard
DNV expects an eight-fold increase in global wind powe capacity by 2050 (pic credit: Goldwind)
DNV expects an eight-fold increase in global wind powe capacity by 2050 (pic credit: Goldwind)

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