Transition centre of expertise: renewable power – BlackRock

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  • How the solar and wind industries hit record installations in 2023, even amid disruptions to the supply chain and the macro environment.
  • The growth drivers for the renewables sector – which include falling costs, policy support for the transition to a low-carbon economy and, increasingly, energy security.
  • The benefits from new green industrial policies in the US, EU and around the globe for solar and wind.
  • China’s dominant position in the production of solar panels and components contributes to supply chain risks.
  • Behind-the-meter energy generation is an opportunity, allowing regions and businesses to sidestep utility-scale bottlenecks.

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