November 22, 2016
Utilities plan to continue building wind, solar farms
Clean power is now cheaper than coal or gas in some state
On the plains of West Texas, new wind farms can be built for just $22 a megawatt-hour. In the Arizona and Nevada deserts, solar projects are less than $40 a megawatt-hour. Compare those figures with the U.S. average lifetime cost of $52 for natural gas plants and about $65 for coal.
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