2016 was the year when the poor relation of the clean energy sector came of age as capacity issues threatened to strangle the rapid growth of renewables

Renewables overtook coal as the biggest source of installed electricity capacity in 2016; Portugal ran entirely on renewable energy for four days in May; and almost half of the UK’s electricity came from clean sources in 2015.
At the same time, a growing roster of the world’s biggest companies...

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