Energy Transition

Competition is driving down renewable energy costs. That's good news for the planet

Renewable energy costs are at an all time low giving competition to the fossil fuels in many parts of the world. Image: REUTERS/Phil Noble

Nandita Parshad

Managing Director, Sustainable Infrastructure Group, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD)

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With increased competition in the renewables market, the renewable energy costs are sharp declining
With increased competition in the renewables market, the renewable energy costs are sharp declining Image: IRENA

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