Report: Solar power the world’s cheapest form of electricity production

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Date posted09/Jan/2017
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According to data produced by Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF) solar power is becoming the cheapest way to generate electricity. 

The date showed the cost of solar in 58 lower-income countries – including China, Brazil and India- had decreased to a third of levels in 2010 and is now slightly cheaper than wind energy.

BNEF chairman Michael Liebreich said in a note to clients: “Renewables are robustly entering the era of undercutting [fossil fuel prices].”

“Renewable energy will beat any other technology in most of the world without subsidies,” said Mr Liebreich.

A BNEF report, also found China, Chile, Brazil, Uruguay, South Africa, and India to be the emerging markets most likely to attract investment in renewable energy projects.

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