Top Solar Energy Producing Countries 1983 to 2018

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0 1. snotraddict commented 36 days ago

I think again a graph showing percentage of power used via solar would be more useful.

Am I watching this correctly, it appears a bunch of countries ramp it up and then dump it?
Should I infer there was a lot of government spending to produce it and then it was found to not work so well and abandoned?

For solar, don't we have to have two separate systems running at the same time, one for day and one from fossil fuels at night?

Interestingly enough, from the wikis Honduras tops the world at 14% use. Second place is Germany at almost 8% and Greece a close 3rd.

US 2.3%
China 3.3%
India 5.4%