IHS Markit: Global renewable energy investment from 2021-2025 to hit $1.3 trillion FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享ReNews.biz:Global capex spending on renewables is poised to bounce back in 2021, according to IHS Markit Energy Advisory Service.It is expected to rise 8.5% next year to US$255bn (€205.90bn). Annual spending is expected to remain at those levels through 2025.This adds up to a $1.3trn (€1.05trn) cumulative 2021-2025 spend—a 9% increase over cumulative capex in 2015-2019.At the same time, sharply declining capital costs across renewable technologies mean that just a 9% increase in spending will be associated with a 45% increase in cumulative gross renewable capacity additions in 2021-2025 vs. 2015-2019, the analysis found. The expected recovery follows a 2020 that saw the renewables sector hit by supply chain disruptions and construction delays stemming from COVID-19 lockdowns and mobility restrictions, among other factors. IHS Markit expects 2020 global non-hydro renewables capex will be $235 billion (€189.71bn) down 7% from 2019 levels.Vice President for financial services Roger Diwan said: “When it comes to renewables, we may likely look back on 2020 not so much for the COVID-induced contraction in spending but for the sprightly return to growth.More: Renewables spending to ‘bounce back’ in 2021
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But when informed of Guy’s remarks, NCAA President Mark Emmert said that is not correct, and he wonders where Guy got the information.”What we know right now is nobody in the NCAA said anything of the sort,” Emmert said. “We don’t know what the source of that information was. … It’s certainly not the case that it’s a violation of NCAA rules.”Perhaps someone along the way misinterpreted that a wedding registry would violate NCAA rules prohibiting players from accepting cash or other impermissible benefits.”We allow people to have all the usual and accustomed gifts among family and friends at all holidays and weddings of the sort,” Emmert said. “There’s not a prohibition against that.”We’ve been reaching back out already to the university to try to find out what transpired there. That’s simply an inaccurate story.”Guy, a two-time first-team All-ACC selection and two-time third-team All-American, led the Cavaliers in scoring (15.6 points per game) this season. “That was crazy to me that that was illegal because that’s what a registry is for,” Guy said. “The NCAA said it was illegal so I’m not gonna argue with it right now. I’m gonna try to win a national championship right now. Then we’ll open that book.”Guy’s fiancee, Alexa Jenkins, had tweeted her frustration with the supposed rule Wednesday. Related News March Madness 2019: Texas Tech bet could net $300K Virginia faces Auburn in the Final Four Saturday at 6:09 p.m. ET. March Madness 2019: Updated odds to win the NCAA Tournament entering Final Four Virginia guard Kyle Guy is getting married in July, and like young couples everywhere, he and his fiancee would like to have a wedding registry to accept gifts.But Guy told reporters Thursday the NCAA informed him that is “illegal.”