Renewable energy investments are delivering massively better returns than fossil fuels in the U.S., the U.K. and Europe, but despite this the total volume of investment is still nowhere near that required to mitigate climate change.
Those are some of the findings of new research released today by Imperial College London and the International Energy Agency, which analyzed stock market data to determine the rate of return on energy investments over a five- and 10-year period.”
[COMMENTARY] As the prices of renewable energy continue to fall, many renewable energy producers could continue to outperform their fossil fuel competitors.
Just How Good An Investment Is Renewable Energy? New Study Reveals All, by David Vetter, May 28, 2020, Forbes, USA.