“From 2009 through 2019, the cost of electricity from new solar power plants fell 89%, overtaking cheap sources like coal and some gas. And the cost of electricity from new onshore wind fell 70% (which is also due to a tech learning curve). Those are pretty breathtaking numbers on their own, but there’s no substitute for a good visual. Luckily, that’s Roser’s bread and butter. Here’s the last decade in a nutshell…”

Read More: https://singularityhub.com/2020/12/13/why-the-price-of-new-solar-electricity-fell-an-incredible-89-in-the-last-decade/