In Short : The International Solar Alliance (ISA) suggests that solar energy potential could reach 75,000 gigawatts (GW) by 2050 with the integration of long-duration storage solutions. This projection underscores the significant role of solar power, especially when coupled with effective energy storage technologies, in meeting global energy demands and contributing to a sustainable energy future.
In Detail : New Delhi : Solar power generation capacity can go up to 75,000 gigawatts by 2050 globally with long-duration storage capacity, a report by the International Solar Association (ISA) and LDES Council, said.
The report released on Tuesday by ISA and the Long Duration Energy Storage (LDES) Council unveils a bold vision for the future of renewable energy, showcasing the pivotal role of Long Duration Energy Storage in realizing ambitious solar targets.
The report, presented at COP28 in Dubai, emphasized the transformative potential of combining solar energy with LDES to ensure continuous, reliable, and affordable renewable energy, a statement said.