Our Global Energy Trends 2021 publication offers an in-depth analysis of consolidated 2020 energy and emissions statistics with 2021 estimates. What impact did Covid-19 have on energy and CO2 emissions and which structural changes are forecast, caused or exacerbated by the pandemic? Which consequences will this have on 2030 and 2050 energy and climate targets?

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Malaysia aims to reach 31% of renewables in its installed capacity by 2025 and 40% by 2035. The installed renewable capacity (including hydropower) is expected to more than double, from nearly 8 GW in 2020 (around 20% of the installed capacity) to 18 GW by 2035.



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