China’s Solar Prices Can Fall 38%, Become Competitive With Coal

  • Trina Solar CEO says state subsidies could be allowed to drop
  • Innovation in solar power conversion efficiency drives gains

Declining costs in China’s solar industry could allow the government to reduce prices offered to photovoltaic developers by more than a third by 2020 and see plants powered by the sun become competitive with coal within a decade.

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