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In 2 years, the cost of renewable energy will be lower than that of fossil fuels

The cost of renewable energy, particularly from wind and solar, has been declining over the years Image: REUTERS/Christian Hartmann

Brian Spaen

Writer for Green Matters, Green Matters

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With reducing cost of renewable energy, the electricity from renewables will soon be consistently cheaper. Image: IRENA Renewable Cost Database

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