Daily update: Solar, wind to beat coal on costs in China, India by 2020

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Daily update: Solar, wind to beat coal on costs in China, India by 2020


Renew Economy editor@reneweconomy.com.au via mail15.wdc01.mcdlv.net

3:10 PM (25 minutes ago)

to me
Solar, wind to beat coal on costs in China, India by 2020; Carbon tax voted down again; Abbott courts controversy over solar trade at G20; Ergon confirms rule changes to send solar households off-grid; Solar PV module prices fell 50% in 2013; Climate adaption in cities better for business; Experts at Intersolar talk about growth markets as solar eyes storage; and new energy storage demo rides on pacific northwest winds.
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