Shortages and rising prices are becoming a serious problem in the renewable energy market. The Economist has recently recognized this and published an article entitled "How green bottlenecks threaten the clean energy business". The bottlenecks that threaten the energy revolution. There is now a strong push to help bring about the revolution.
The supply-side problems, such as scarce metals and land constraints, that threaten to slow the green-energy boom. Far from being transitory, these bottlenecks risk becoming a recurring feature of the world economy for years to come because the shift to a cleaner energy system is still only in its infancy. Governments must respond to these market signals, facilitating a huge private-sector investment boom over the next decade that increases capacity. If they don’t, they stand little chance of keeping their promises to reach “net-zero” emissions.