The 28 countries in the European Union are generating nearly a fifth of their energy from non-hydropower renewables, according to Bloomberg New Energy Finance.
Lithuania got a whopping 50 percent of its electricity from wind power in the first half of 2016.
The global energy storage market is doubling this year as households and businesses buy batteries to accommodate a surge in renewable energy.
Salt Lake City, Utah, has announced that it plans to go to 100 percent renewable energy by 2032.
Los Angeles is trying a new approach to deal with the major shortcoming of renewable energy.