Solar energy is forecasted to grow as demand increases, and could be one of the key drivers for the next lunar landing.
The first manned moon landing is expected to happen in 2026.
The Global Energy Outlook (GOEO), published by the International Energy Agency (IEA), forecasted a 50% increase in solar power generation and an additional 25% growth in solar thermal energy production by 2025.
It noted that the global solar PV industry is set to increase from $7.7 trillion in 2017 to $11.2 trillion by 2025, a growth rate of more than 400%.
Solar thermal energy (stored energy from sun’s heat) is the most common form of solar energy, with an average capacity of 400 gigawatts (GW) in 2017.
It is currently used in more than 120 countries, with the largest market being China.
Solar thermal is a technology that uses a small amount of sun’s energy to heat a liquid, usually water.
It produces the heat and releases it as steam.
Solar thermal is the largest source of solar power in the world.
The global solar thermal market is projected to grow from $3.4 trillion in 2015 to $6.2 billion in 2025, with solar thermal increasing to $10.5 trillion by 2026, according to a 2017 report by consultancy firm Eureka Research.
The GOEO’s report also stated that solar thermal has the potential to be the cheapest source of electricity on the planet.
This could be especially important for regions such as India and Southeast Asia, where electricity prices are currently high.
Solar photovoltaic (PV) is a type of solar thermal technology, which is more efficient than PV but costs more.
In 2025, the cost of solar PV will be $0.25 per watt, down from $0,40 per watt in 2016.
A typical residential rooftop solar system will cost about $1,400, compared to $3,000 for PV.
Solar PV is expected be the most affordable source of power for most people by 2025 because of the lower price.
Solar PV projects are being built around the world, with projects being built in China, India, the U.S., Russia, South Africa and other countries.
It also has the highest installed capacity in the solar PV market, with almost 1.5 GW of capacity in 2020.
The growth in the global PV industry could be the driving force behind the launch of the next moon landing.
China, the world’s biggest solar power user, has announced plans to land humans on the moon in the 2020s.
The country’s goal is to make its first lunar rover by 2025 that will travel to the surface of the moon.
The launch of a lunar rover will be a big step for China.
The government hopes to send a rover to the moon by 2028, the same year as the planned lunar landing on the Moon, according the Chinese Xinhua news agency.