How is renewable energy progressing?

Read some reports about how renewable energy is progressing such as how solar photovoltaics and storage systems are becoming cheaper per watt.

NREL Analysts Document a Decade of Solar Cost Declines 

One decade ago, a solar PV module cost about $2.50 per watt. Today, an entire utility-scale PV system costs about $1 per watt.

NREL analysts have documented the dramatic cost declines in the U.S. Solar Photovoltaic System and Energy Storage Cost Benchmark report, including PV-plus-storage costs for the first time.

Using a bottom-up method, NREL analysts captured variation in system design and regional costs to identify key drivers of system cost, as well as highlight opportunities for future R&D to further reduce costs.

A webinar event going into more detail about this is happening February 24th. Click on the link below to find out how to get to the webinar.