Renewables Data Atlas

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Data Share Description:

Renewables Data Atlas

Data Share Frequency: Daily
Data Share Category: Energy
Data Share Type: Open
Data Share Date Added: January 1, 2021
Data Share Status: ACTIVE
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Data Share Usage Example Q1: How much renewable energy is used for electricity in Europe?
Data Share Usage Example SQL1 Last Tested: January 1, 1970

Data Share Overview:

The Renewables Data Atlas offers key statistics focused particularly on energy generated from renewable resources, including carbon-neutral sources like sunlight, wind, rain, tides, waves, and geothermal heat. The data covers the usage of renewable resources in different areas: electricity generation, air and water heating/cooling, transportation. The data helps to compare trends in the usage of traditional versus renewable energy sources. A wide range of indicators from renewables consumption to solar battery delivery provide an overview of this market. Topics covered: – Renewable energy investment – Federal budget spending – Share of energy from renewable sources – Renewable energy generation and installed capacity Datasets include: – EIA United States: Net Generation for Wind – OECD Renewable Energy Feed-In Tariffs – Eurostat Share of Share of Energy from Renewable Sources – 20+ others (please see reference table RENEWABLES.DATASETS that includes the list of all tables/datasets included in this listing, with key details on each table/dataset including name, source, frequency of refresh, source, documentation on data, etc.) Fields include: – Renewable energy generation – Shipment of solar cell module – Solar power output – Use of renewables for electricity, heating and cooling, transport Sources include the IEA, Eurostat, EIA, OECD, DOE, NBS China. Datasets are updated within 1-7 days of the most recent data being made available by the underlying reporter. More detail on each of the datasets, fields, and sources included in the share can be found at the link in our documentation. Use cases – Analyzing renewable energy markets – Comparing countries by the share of energy generated from renewable sources – Checking renewable energy feed-in tariffs

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