The solar photovoltaic industry and the Covid-19 pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused the most acute health crisis in generations and has sent shockwaves across economies worldwide. Renewable energies can play a dual role in helping the world to recover. First, they can strengthen healthcare and other critical public infrastructures. Second, when integrated into response plans and strategies to “build back better” (i.e. rebuild economies in light of the numerous problems which arose as a result of the pandemic), renewable energies can help mitigate the economic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic by supporting economic recovery, boosting job creation, fostering access to electricity and economic diversification and putting the world on a climate-safe path.

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