World share of RES to increase by 18% in 2035

World share of RES to increase by 18% in 2035

According to the World Energy Outlook 2011 report conducted by the International Energy Agency, the share of renewable energy in global energy proportion should jump from 13% in 2010 to 18% in the 2035. The increase in renewable energy sources will be supported with incentives that will jump at the world level with 64 billion in

According to the World Energy Outlook 2011 report conducted by the International Energy Agency, the share of renewable energy in global energy proportion should jump from 13% in 2010 to 18% in the 2035.

The increase in renewable energy sources will be supported with incentives that will jump at the world level with 64 billion in 2010 to 250 billion in 2035. For comparison, the incentives for fossil fuels in 2010 were 409 billion dollars.
The share of renewable energy that does not apply to production from hydro power plants will jump from 3% before 2 years to 15% by 2035, provided that the annual bonuses until then will increase five times. It will lead the growth in the EU and China. The share of hydropower will remain at around 15%, and will be led by China, India and Brazil, which will be responsible for nearly half of the 680 GW of new hydropower plants.

The increase in renewable energy will have to be followed with additional new transmission networks, but their share will be only 10% of total investments in the transmission network. 

The need for energy will jump by one-third from 2010 by 2035, provided that 90% of these needs come from countries not members of OECD. In addition, by 2035 China should use 70% more power than the United States.
CO2 emissions in the next 25 years could do 75% of all emissions over the past 110 years – which means that long-term rise in temperature could be as 3.5 degrees Celsius.  

In 2009, the global spending were 9 billion dollars to enable access to modern energy production, but by 2030 in order to get access to all the modern technologies is necessary to annually invest 48 billion dollars.

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