Ecocentricity Blog: Grid Parity and Other Solar Thoughts

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Ecocentricity Blog: Grid Parity and Other Solar Thoughts

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Grid parity: when solar & wind farms cost less than natural gas plants. Has it been reached? http://bit.ly/29jQkiy @johnalanierRCAF

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Grid parity is when new solar and wind farms cost less than new natural gas power plants, even without subsidies. And we might already be there.

More Flipboarding! This time, I stumbled across this article. It’s worth a read, and it prompted me to offer some other thoughts on where things stand with solar. Three thoughts, in particular.

First, the article didn’t mention the term “grid parity” explicitly, but it should have. If you aren’t familiar with the term, let me explain a bit.

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