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General News    H4'ed 10/7/15

With Renewables on the Rise, Dirty Fuels Losing Competitive Edge

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Wind and solar power are 'much more competitive' against dirty energy sources than they were even just a few years ago, according to a detailed global analysis published this week.

In fact, according to the findings from the research company Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF), wind power is now the cheapest electricity to produce in both Germany and the U.K., even without government subsidies. Though Denmark passed the same milestone last year, this is the first time that threshold has been crossed by a G7 economy.

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