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Cost-Competitive Solar Is Coming Soon to a Grid Near You

Originally published on IEEFA. By Tim Buckley The US$24.20/MWh tender for 350 megawatts of solar in the Middle East shows the price of solar dropping by 20 percent from US$30/MWh in five months and down now two-thirds from the US$58/MWh tender awarded just 20 months ago. (Here’s the story that appeared in The National, the [&hellip Cost-Competitive Solar Is Coming Soon to a Grid Near You was originally published on CleanTechnica.
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