Updated University of Texas at Austin Energy Institute report: Wind, solar, and gas are the cheapest sources of electricity in the U.S., and solar is the cheapest in more eastern and northern regions

Posted by on November 1, 2018 11:24 pm
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As reported by PV Magazine, and according to an updated University of Texas at Austin Energy Institute report, wind, solar, and gas are the cheapest sources of electricity in the U.S., and solar is the cheapest in more eastern and northern regions.

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