California is racing towards a solar future

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California is racing towards a solar future

Great article in the FT about how California is racing towards a solar future - nothing to do with politicians and whether or not Donald Trump takes the US out of the Paris Accord; the simple fact is that on America’s west coast, solar electricity is much cheaper than coal. Simple market economics and hard-nosed commercial pragmatism is driving California’s change to renewable electricity, not government diktat or distorting subsidies.

You can read the report here...

Whilst the difference in the UK isn’t yet so marked, the fact is that solar will generate the cheapest electricity your business can buy. Come and talk to us here.

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