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  • Stef McDonald

    What makes this so encouraging is the bottom line factor—when people realize we can save money (AND help save our planet)....

  • Adele Peters

    Interesting. It sounds like the study is saying it's cheaper if external costs like climate change are factored in, but I wonder how soon in the future it will be cheaper in absolute terms? Some places where electricity is very expensive, like Hawaii, have already reached grid parity for solar. Here's a detailed explanation of how soon parity is coming in other U.S. locations: