Google News is reporting that a study by the Energy Information Administration (EIA) shows that there is a significant connection between the use and increase of solar power.
The EIA report states that solar power in the United States was responsible for an average of 16% of the U.S. electrical energy used in 2016.
The report states: “By 2035, the U and U.K. are projected to account for half of total U.s. power consumption, and half of U. S. power generation, with the total share of U and UK solar power increasing from 14% in 2030 to 20%.
The report also shows that renewable energy is projected to play a significant role in providing electricity to the United Nations in 2050, with renewable energy contributing 14% of all electricity generation and accounting for 35% of global energy. “
Solar power is expected to contribute a significant portion of total energy generation in the U of A in 2030, with 20% of U of Aus electricity generation from solar, and 40% of power generation in 2035 from wind, hydro, and geothermal.”
The report also shows that renewable energy is projected to play a significant role in providing electricity to the United Nations in 2050, with renewable energy contributing 14% of all electricity generation and accounting for 35% of global energy.
Google news article The EEA study is just one of several studies which have been released recently on the impacts of solar in the past few years.
The National Renewable Energy Laboratory released a study in March 2016 which estimated that by 2032, solar energy could be powering up 1.5 million homes in the country.
The study also found that solar could provide over half of the nation’s electricity by 2040.
The U.N. recently released a report which estimates that the U, UK, France and Germany are expected to all have renewable energy by 2030.
Other recent studies have also found a correlation between solar power use and climate change, with many climate scientists claiming that solar energy has the potential to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.