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Renewables Holding Cost Ground Despite Supply Chain Mess

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In this latest Energy Cost Report on the cost of generating electricity, also known as the levelized cost of energy (LCOE), Energy Intelligence senior reporter Philippe Roos analyzes the cost of conventional and renewable forms of electricity generation in five regions: the US, Western Europe, Japan, the Mideast and developing Asia. The data, which also include break-even prices for oil, gas and coal in the Mideast and developing Asia, is based on Energy Intelligence's proprietary LCOE model. Current global and regional data is published online each week.

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Renewable Electricity , Gas-Fired Electricity
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