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Lies, Damn Lies, & Renewable Energy

Originally published on Nexus Media. By Steve Hargreaves and Courtney St. John Renewable energy has long been derided a too-expensive, too-puny pet of the liberal elite. This week several stories prove that’s just not the case. In the last eight years, U.S. onshore wind power prices have dropped 41 percent; rooftop solar prices are down [&hellip Lies, Damn Lies, & Renewable Energy was originally published on CleanTechnica.
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