Six Places Where Renewables Are Cheaper Than Fossils
It’s still a common misperception among energy commenters that on unsubsidized price alone, nothing is cheaper for power utilities and consumers than electricity fired from fossil fuels. Online technology news site Engadget begs to differ.
The outlet recently assembled a collection of six places “where renewable energy is cheaper than fossil fuels.” They range from the cheap, cheap, cheap winds blowing across the wide-open spaces of America’s capital state of oil, Texas, to the world’s least expensive solar power, being produced on the sunny desert plateaus of Chile.
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