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🌞 1 Terawatt Solar. Instagram For Bachelors. Digi-Health.

Chart of the Day #23 looks at Installed Solar Capacity, University Prospect Search Patterns and Digital Health.

While the US set a target to reach 100% clean energy by 2035, clean energy plant bans surpassed construction pace. 16.3 Gigawatts of installed capacity in 2022 down to 13.7 in 2023, many expect slower growth in India's clean energy as solar projects experience delays.

Today's Topics

  • 🌞 Renewable Energy. 1TW of Installed Solar Capacity.
  • 🎓 Instagram For Bachelors. 60% of Undergrads Search Prospects on Instagram.
  • 🧑‍⚕️ Digital Health. 91% Already Adopted Telemedicine and E-Visits.

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🌞 1TW of Installed Solar Capacity

The surge in demand for clean energy solutions to mitigate carbon emissions has led global installed renewable energy capacity to surpass 3.4 Terawatts in 2022. The primary drivers of this expansion in renewable energy capacity are solar and wind energy. Both sources have experienced a substantial rise in installed capacity, transitioning from negligible amounts to significant levels. This surge in solar taking over wind can be attributed to enhanced efficiency and declining costs of solar panels compared to wind turbines. While solar and wind energy dominates the contemporary renewable landscape, hydropower stands as a legacy, having been a significant source of renewable energy in the past.

🎓 60% of Undergrads Search Prospects on Instagram

Instagram stands out as the predominant choice for undergraduates in Europe, with nearly 60% using it as their primary source for university-related information, particularly about programs. However, as education levels advance, the reliance on Instagram diminishes, while Postgraduates and Ph.D. students show more preference towards LinkedIn. The latter is seen as a more valuable source due to its strong connection to employment prospects.

🧑‍⚕️ 91% Already Adopted Telemedicine and E-Visits

In the United States, there is a strong upward momentum in the adoption of digital health technologies, with a significant portion already in place and plans for further implementation in the coming years. The telemedicine and e-visit sector stands out as the frontrunner, experiencing robust growth and widespread acceptance, with 91% of respondents acknowledging its current implementation.

However, certain areas within digital health, such as digital care coordination, digital care navigation, and digital reputation management tools, exhibit a slower pace of growth, and implementation rates for these aspects are notably low. Nevertheless, there are still plans to implement these technologies within the next few years.

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