The U.N. has released a new report on the U,S.
renewable energy sector that found that it was “unimaginable” that the U is “in the midst of an energy transition” that is “going to take years and years to fully unfold.”
The report, titled “Solar Energy in a Changing World,” is an annual evaluation of the global market and shows that the United States has surpassed all other developed nations in terms of solar energy production.
The report, which was released Monday, is the first report of its kind to focus on the solar sector and is a result of the collaboration between the United Nations Environment Program and the U-S.
Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
“This report provides us with unprecedented insight into the future of U.s. solar and wind power,” said Maria A. Solanas, the U.-S.
special rapporteur on the environment and the environment for the report, during a press conference Monday.
“It provides us a roadmap for the future.”
Solar energy production has been booming in the United Kingdom since it became the world’s first country to put a solar panel on its roof.
It’s a huge market, generating more than 60 percent of the country’s electricity in just three years, according to the report.
But the United states has not yet come close to meeting its 2020 goal of putting 10 percent of its electricity from solar panels on the grid, a target that has yet to be reached.
Solar panels are used in some homes and businesses.
But many homes and buildings are not equipped with solar panels and many businesses, especially in urban areas, do not have access to rooftop solar panels.
Solar panels, or photovoltaic panels, generate electricity from sunlight.
They can be used to provide light to a home or office or light a street.
However, the energy generated by solar panels comes with a huge environmental impact.
They are polluting the air with toxic greenhouse gases and contribute to global warming.
In the United Arab Emirates, a country that has become a major solar power exporter, the United State has the highest share of solar power production, with nearly 17 percent of all the countrys electricity.
The U., which is the only country in the region to have solar power on its roofs, has a share of 25 percent, or roughly 8 million megawatts, of all electricity production.
But the U., a country with a rapidly aging population and a shrinking economy, is faring far worse than most countries.
In China, where the U once had the largest solar power industry, the share of the economy that is solar power generation has been steadily declining over the last decade.
China, the world leader in solar power, was the world leading producer of solar panels in 2012, according a U.K.-based company that monitors the global solar industry.
But that is now changing, according the report released Monday.
China’s share of total solar power produced fell from 21 percent in 2012 to 15 percent in 2016, a decline that is the slowest in the world.
The U.U.S., on the other hand, has seen a steady growth of its solar energy capacity.
The United States, with a population of approximately 1.3 billion people, is expected to have more than 50 percent of total U. S. solar power capacity by 2035, according U.A.E.-based solar researcher and former NASA scientist Jim Dyson.
The report shows that U.’s energy transition to renewable energy will be long and difficult.
“As the United Nation’s special rapporteurs on the promotion of sustainable development and protection of the environment, we are alarmed at the rapid pace of the transition from the coal-based fossil fuel energy systems to solar and other renewable sources,” Solanas said.
“We cannot rely on the United Sates economic model, and solar and the other renewables that have emerged in recent years, to meet our energy needs in the next few decades.
We must instead focus on finding a way to create a more sustainable and affordable energy system that can meet our climate and energy needs.”
The U., Solanas added, is committed to making a global transition to 100 percent clean energy.