Large-scale solar is nearly the same cost as other fuels in world’s three biggest markets

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If you remember anything from your first economics class, it probably has something to do with supply and demand. The more abundant a product, the lower the price drops. In the case of rapidly growing technologies like solar power , a plummeting price tag means an increase in demand, illustrating the economic principles perfectly. Large scale solar – the avenues that bring sun energy to utility company grids – has seen such substantial advancements recently that solar energy is now at near wholesale price parity with other sources of grid power in the three biggest markets on earth. According to industry experts, things could heat up even more in the future of solar power. Read the rest of Large-scale solar is nearly the same cost as other fuels in world’s three biggest markets

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The UK’s largest earth sculpture is a gigantic horse leaping across the land

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China Becomes World’s First Nation to Install 3 GW of Utility-Scale Solar Power!

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China just secured its position as the world leader in solar power by installing a record 3 gigawatts of utility-scale solar power. The nation has constructed 40 new solar plants (with over 1 GW of production capacity) since December 2012, surpassing Germany as top solar producer in the world. China now operates an astounding 132 utility-scale  solar plants . Read the rest of China Becomes World’s First Nation to Install 3 GW of Utility-Scale Solar Power! Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: “solar energy” , 3gw solar power , China Reaches 3 GW Solar Power , China solar Milestone 2013 , china solar power , Chinese solar power , green energy , highest solar production , Most solar energy in the world , most worldwide solar production , renewable energy investments , solar investments , Solar Power        

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Top 6 Green Bike Accessories for a Safer, More Comfortable Ride

July 17, 2013 by  
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The World’s 6 Coolest Solar Powered Projects

January 6, 2012 by  
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China Develops World’s First Solar Powered Air Conditioning Unit

September 20, 2010 by  
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For anyone that lives in a country with a warm climate, air conditioning is an essential piece of technology making the most stuffy home or office comfortable to work in. Unfortunately powering such units often causes large energy bills for consumers and companies and generates a sizable carbon footprint. Not cool! Luckily, China, who is rapidly becoming the world’s leader in renewable energy development and knows all about warmer summers and freezing winters, has just unveiled the world’s first air conditioned unit powered by solar energy .

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Rainbow Hued Recycling Skyscraper Collects and Sorts Trash

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