Solar industry chalks up latest record low-cost milestone

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Solar industry chalks up latest record low-cost milestone

Dubai developers promise to undercut coal power in latest auction, highlighting rapid fall in solar development costs

The solar industry has set a new cost record after Dubai reportedly seized back the crown from Mexico in the race to deliver the world's lowest-cost, commercial-scale solar project. Bloomberg reported...

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