Falling renewable energy costs

April 2013
Chain Reaction;Apr2013, Issue 117, p10
The article reports that the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) has claimed that renewable energy has entered a cycle of falling costs, increasing deployment and accelerated technological progress.


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