国別内訳 (%)

世界

11%

2018年にチリの電力構成における太陽光と風力のシェアは11%に達した(2010年以来+ 10ポイント).

風力と太陽エネルギーのシェアは急速に着実に伸びており(2018年には0.8ポイント)、7.5%に達している

2018年、世界の電力構成における風力と太陽光のシェアは0.8ポイント増加しました。これは、2018年の総発電量の30%以上をこれらの発電が占めたからです(太陽光が16%、風力が15%)。
技術コストの低下と野心的な政策に拍車をかけられ、2018年も風力発電と太陽光発電のシェアは、ラテンアメリカ(ブラジルとチリでは野心的な再生可能エネルギーのロールアウト)を中心に、アジア(中国、インド、日本)で順調に推移しました。 ヨーロッパでは(特にドイツ、イギリス、ベルギー、トルコ)。 米国とオーストラリアでも風力と太陽光の技術が勢いを増しています。 アフリカや化石燃料生産地域(CISおよび中東)では、少量にとどまっています。

世界のエネルギー動向、2019年版

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