A new report from Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF) predicts that this year will be the first year in the history of the renewable energy market that solar will add more megawatts of capacity than wind, North American Windpower reports. The report predicts that 35.5 GW of wind farms will be added globally in 2013, compared to "its median forecast of 36.7 GW of new solar PV [photovoltaic] capacity." Policy uncertainty in the United States and China is blamed for the decline in wind installations, while the "dramatic cost reductions in PV, combined with new incentive regimes in Japan and China, are driving solar installation growth," the article said. For more, read the full story.