Solar and wind: The world's cheapest energy sources

In at least two-thirds of the world’s population, solar and onshore wind power have become the cheapest new sources of electricity. According to BloombergNEF, the levelized cost of electricity for onshore wind projects has fallen 9% to $44 a megawatt-hour since the second half of last year. Solar declined 4% to $50 a megawatt-hour. Read on here.

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