Despite Rising Costs, Renewables More Competitive Than Gas

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Renewable electricity costs have increased this year for the first time since the 2007-08 commodity price boom — but fossil fuel costs have increased more than those of renewables, making gas-based power less competitive overall. That's the top takeaway from Energy Intelligence's latest analysis on the levelized cost of electricity generation (LCOE).

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