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Solar Is Becoming the Cheapest Way to Produce Power
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It found that the price of solar dropped from $6 million per megawatt in 2010 to $1.65 million per MW in the first quarter of 2016. For the first time, solar plants are now slightly less expensive to build than wind power ($1.66 million per MW). Those
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