The world includes the renewable energy source gradually and several emerging economies, of which four are from Latin America, leads this trend.
Message Climatescope 2018published by the BloombergNEF organization after analyzing more than 80 indicators in 103 countries, from clean energy policy to energy sector structure, emissions and installed equipment.
Chile is in charge of "ranking" this year. The Andean people have shown good results in terms of government policy, investment in clean energy and determination to abandon the structure of coal production.
The second place is about India, "the largest and most competitive renewable energy auction site in the world". New Delhi has increased sales capacity by 68% since 2017, and in the first half of this year, investments, mainly in solar projects, amounted to 7.400 million dollars.
They follow Jordan. Its policy, the goals of clean energy, auctioning and the portfolio of renewable energies led to the launch of 730 megawatt solar and wind power plants between 2015 and 2017. This country also has more than 1 gigavatna of clean energy that is being built.
Brazil this is the fourth, despite the drop in investment and canceled auctions. "Being in the worst economic crisis, pure energy seems to be ready to grow again," says the paper.
Rwanda The first five are complemented by its "unprecedented progress in expanding production capacity and electrification over the last decade."
The other two Latin American countries that are top 10 are Mexico and Peru, which respectively occupy the ninth and tenth place.