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A major new study from a leading German think tank and renewable energy specialist says the cost reduction potential of large scale solar is still misunderstood, and predicts that solar PV will be the cheapest form of power within a decade, and cost less than $US0.02/kWh by 2050.  The study by the Berlin-based Agora Energiewende says that the end to cost reductions from solar plants is “not in sight”, even after falling more than 80 per cent in recent years.

A major new study from a leading German think tank and renewable energy specialist says the cost reduction potential of large scale solar is still misunderstood, and predicts that solar PV will be the cheapest form of power within a decade, and cost less than $US0.02/kWh by 2050. The study by the Berlin-based Agora Energiewende says that the end to cost reductions from solar plants is “not in sight”, even after falling more than 80 per cent in recent years.

<p>Low-carbon electricity from wind and solar farms will be cheaper than gas and effectively subsidy-free by 2020, says the Committee on Climate Change (CCC).</p>

<p>Low-carbon electricity from wind and solar farms will be cheaper than gas and effectively subsidy-free by 2020, says the Committee on Climate Change (CCC).</p>

#Graph of the Day: The big boom in #solar in world’s biggest #energy market

#Graph of the Day: The big boom in #solar in world’s biggest #energy market

Solar Energy Development and Innovation | The Energy Collective

Solar Energy Development and Innovation | The Energy Collective

America Installed 22 Times More Solar in 2014 Than in 2008 : Greentech Media

America Installed 22 Times More Solar in 2014 Than in 2008 : Greentech Media

plug & play storage a lot of links about solar some good, some honestly, I don't understand

plug & play storage a lot of links about solar some good, some honestly, I don't understand

Solar Hot Water Comparison

Solar Hot Water Comparison

Nearly 300,000 households in NSW have invested billions in rooftop solar PV, and installations are likely to increase five-fold over the next two decades.

Nearly 300,000 households in NSW have invested billions in rooftop solar PV, and installations are likely to increase five-fold over the next two decades.

shopping for solar installation questions

shopping for solar installation questions

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