Solar will soon become unbeatable. Let’s make this happen!

Solar will soon become unbeatable. Let’s make this happen! The solar industry has very clear cost-reduction roadmaps, which should see costs halving by 2030. These and many other factors will make solar unbeatable. https://pvbuzz.com/solar-will-soon-be-unbeatable/ submitted by /u/team_pv to r/Renewable [link] [comments] top scoring links : multi

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How Germany helped make #Renewable energy cheap for the rest of the world: Demand for #Renewables grew so much in Germany that other countries, including China, started to mass-produce solar panels and wind turbines, which drove down prices. Now, people all over the world can afford this technology.

How Germany helped make renewable energy cheap for the rest of the world: Demand for renewables grew so much in Germany that other countries, including China, started to mass-produce solar panels and wind turbines, which drove down prices. Now, people all over the world can afford this technology. submitted by /u/V2O5 to r/Renewable [link] [comments] top scoring links : multi

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#Renewables on track to lead new generating capacity

Renewables on track to lead new generating capacity According to an analysis of recently released data by both the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) and the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) β€” renewable capacity is neck and neck with gas as solar continues to be the fastest-growing source of electricity growing by 22%. https://pvbuzz.com/renewables-lead-new-generating-capacity-2019/ submitted by /u/team_pv to r/Renewable [link] [comments] top scoring links : multi

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Shuttering of U.S. coal plants in favor of solar, wind and other #Renewables saved more than 26,000 lives over the past decade, study finds

Shuttering of U.S. coal plants in favor of solar, wind and other renewables saved more than 26,000 lives over the past decade, study finds More than 330 coal-fired power plants stopped operating in the U.S. between 2005 and 2016, thanks in part due to aging facilities, growing renewables and a glut of cheap natural gas. https://pvbuzz.com/closing-plants-saved-26000-people/ submitted by /u/team_pv to r/Renewable [link] [comments] top scoring links : multi

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Scientists have found that a worldwide #Green New Deal would create nearly 30 million jobs. By 2050 the world will spend around $17 trillion per year on energy if we’re still relying on fossil fuels, and that number goes down to $6.8 trillion if we’re using #Renewable energy.

Scientists have found that a worldwide Green New Deal would create nearly 30 million jobs. By 2050 the world will spend around $17 trillion per year on energy if we’re still relying on fossil fuels, and that number goes down to $6.8 trillion if we’re using renewable energy. submitted by /u/V2O5 to r/Renewable [link] [comments] top scoring links : multi

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