11 Nov '11, 6pm

Solar Costs Can Only Go Down

Solar Costs Can Only Go Down

Solar costs have fallen rapidly in recent years, as I’ve mentioned more times than I can count. And it seems they can only continue going down. Why? Because there’s a tremendous supply glut of polysilicon, a key ingredient for most solar panels (accounting for about 25% of their final cost). The price of polysilicon has dropped 93% in the past 3 years (from $475/kilogram to $33/kilogram).

Full article: http://cleantechnica.com/2011/11/11/solar-costs-can-only-...

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