Global biopower capacity to exceed 165 GW by 2025: Report

September 2015
Energy Next;9/22/2015, p25
The article presents a report from research and consulting firm GlobalData which shows that the cumulative installed biopower capacity globallly will increase to 165.1 gigawatts (GW) by 2025 from 87.6 GW in 2013, driven by environmental concerns and government support.


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