WindEconomics: Cost reductions for wind and solar may have peaked

The costs of renewable energy are mainly on a downward trajectory, and wind is the cheapest of all the technologies, the latest research from the International Renewable Energy Agency (Irena) suggests.

by David Milborrow
South Korea, which has 133MW of online offshore capacity, was the most expensive for installed costs, Irena found (pic credit: KF Wind)
South Korea, which has 133MW of online offshore capacity, was the most expensive for installed costs, Irena found (pic credit: KF Wind)

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