by Emma Foehringer Merchant
August 05, 2019

Global solar growth is back on track, after a “blip” of a downturn in 2018, according to newly released forecasts from Wood Mackenzie Power & Renewables.

Worldwide PV installations are set to exceed 114.5 gigawatts in 2019, the first time global capacity will surpass 100 gigawatts annually. 

China, India and the United States still dominate global installations, responsible for more than half of additions over the next five years. But emerging markets are increasingly becoming the ones to watch, as new markets flourish and big growth...