Wind and solar PV have won the race - it's too late for other clean energy technologies

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Wind and solar PV have won the race - it's too late for other clean energy technologies

Photovoltaics and wind energy now have such a large head start that no other low-emission generation technology has a reasonable prospect of catching them, argues Andrew Blakers

Across the world, solar photovoltaics (PV) and wind are the dominant clean energy technologies. This dominance is likely to become overwhelming over the next few years, preventing other clean energy technologies...

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