The United Nations and Bloomberg New Energy Finance recently published a report on the "Global Trends in Renewable Energy Investment 2017," which you can read in full here:
Despite less investment in the renewable sector, a "sharp reduction in capital costs for solar photovoltaics, onshore and offshore wind," has resulted in unsubsidized wind and solar now being the cheapest source for new electric power.
No thanks to the election of Donald Trump, thanks to China's ambitious plans in the coming years.
China will install 36% of all global hydro electricity generation capacity from 2015-2021, according to the report. During the same period, it will install 40% of all worldwide wind energy and 36% of all solar, the IEEFA said.