TIL that in 2017 utility-level solar power cost got all the way down to $.06 per kWh. It is expected to reach $0.03 per kWh by 2030.

Read more: https://www.energy.gov/eere/solar/sunshot-2030

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  1. I’ll admit I only skimmed the article, but I’d be curious as to if those figures are meaningfully impacted by government incentives.

    To be clear, I’m of the opinion we need to move away from fossil fuel based energy, which is also a receiver of government subsidy.

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