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2021 Green Utilities Report

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New Faces and Falling Emissions

The annual Green Utilities Report, published by Energy Intelligence, ranks 100 companies among the largest power generators from around the world, accounting for almost half of global capacity. This report compares individual companies, from both industrialized and emerging markets, and the accompanying analysis draws out key trends and conclusions.

The 2021 Green Utilities Report includes:

  • Top 100 rankings based on carbon emissions and renewable energy
  • Power capacity changes by region since 2011
  • Power capacity additions by region in one year
  • Top power generators ranked by renewables capacity (%)
  • Top generators ranked by renewables capacity (volume)
  • Top power generators ranked by carbon emissions

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