Solar, hydro, and nuclear installation rates
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From Hansen et al. (2016) Limits to growth in the renewable energy sector. Data sources: SolarPower Europe, Global Market Outlook for Solar Power; GWEC, Global Wind Energy Outlook; Cleveland and Morris (2013), Handbook of Energy Diagrams, Charts, and Table; IAEA General Conference (2004), 50 Years of Nuclear Energy; BP Energy Outlook 2035; The PV Market Alliance press release 18 January 2016; GWEC.
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Installed capacity (GW)
2016-2020 figures are stakeholder prognoses
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Year
Hydro Europe
Wind globalSolar global
Nuclear global
Solar Europe
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19509
5
1951
6
1952
7
1953
8
1954
9
1955
10
1956
11
1957
12
1958
13
1959
14
196017
15
1961
16
1962
17
1963
18
1964
19
19655
20
1966
21
1967
22
1968
23
1969
24
19703216
25
197142
26
1972
27
197342
28
1974
29
19754472
30
1976
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197749
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1978
33
197953
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1980133
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198153
36
1982
37
198356
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1984
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198553246
40
1986
41
198754
42
1988
43
198954
44
1990318
45
199154
46
1992
47
199358
48
1994
49
199560341
50
1996
51
1997607.60.4
52
199810.20.6
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19996413.60.8
54
200017.41.3350
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20016723.91.6
56
200231.12.1
57
2003200339.42.6
58
200447.63.71.5
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2005200559.15.13682.4
60
200673.96.73.6
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200793.99.25.3
62
2008120.715.837210.9
63
200964159.123.237117.7
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2010197.940.337430.8
65
2011238.470.537052.9
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2012283.1100.537370.7
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2013318.6138.981.4
68
2014369.6178.488.6
69
2015432.6229.497.1
70
2016278
71
2017333
72
2018392
73
2019461
74
2020705542
75
76
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79
80
81
82
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