Chile and Mexico were at the top of world leaders for clean energy, showing accelerated growth of renewable energy in Latin America.
Clean Energy XXI.– According to a recent study by the United Nations Environment Agency (UNEP), Brazil, Chile and Mexico are in the top 10 countries that invest most in renewable energy.
Developing economies increased in total for the first time in 2015 on developed countries. Three "new markets" have completed the top 10 investors – South Africa rose to $ 4.5 billion from 309%, because the auction program turned into funded projects; Mexico increased its use of renewable energy by 105%, increasing more than $ 4 billion, while Chile increased to 143%. ü More than $ 3.4 billion. In the report, which received Clean Energy (XXI), the share of global investment from developing countries rose from 55% in 2014 to 55% in 2015 and rose to $ 155.9 million from the dollar. specified. The previous year was 131.5 million. In 2014, developed economies invested $ 130.1 billion compared to $ 141.6 million.
In the developing economy category, China, India and Brazil's "big three" rose to $ 120.2 million in investment growth of 16%, while "other emerging economies" increased by 30%. 39; 36.1 billion China was the largest investor country for renewable energy, excluding large hydroelectric power plants. The US took a second second place with $ 44.1 billion in 19%.
Japan ranks third in the ranks of nations that invested $ 36.2 million at the 2014 level, followed by the United Kingdom's $ 22.2 billion, 25% and its distance from India. $ 10.2 billion, 22. 22 per cent of US $ 8.5 billion, 46 per cent and Brazil $ 7.1 billion, 10 per cent noted.