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As we approach the U.S. presidential inauguration, an interesting and diverse crop of stories from the U.S. this week again demonstrate that renewables may be more deeply rooted than many think. Texas, for example, is now a leader in solar, while Congressman Barry Goldwater Jr. is also leading support for renewables. Add to that the decision by Panasonic to build a factory supplying Tesla in New York, demonstrating the jobs that can be generated, and it’s no surprise that there are an increasing number of commentators predicting that the future is not so gloomy for renewable energy. 

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Solar Now Cheapest Form Of Energy In 60 Countries
Donald Trump and the climate deniers and fossil fuel company backers he’s nominated for his cabinet don’t realize it or refuse to believe it but the world is starting to pass them by when it comes to developing new sources of power. In the developing world, solar power is becoming the most cost-effective new source of electricity. [...]

Sher Watts Spooner - DailyKos (01.01.17)

Wagner Predicts Pragmatic Year For Solar
When it comes to the state of global energy markets, we can all agree that uncertainty is the new normal. Betting on one energy source over another has proven to be unwise, and it is impossible to predict where the market will take us next. Just over a year ago, more than 190 nations came together to finalize the COP21 agreement, which culminated decades of disparate negotiations to embrace clean energy sources as the most practical means to reduce carbon emissions. [...]

SunPower (27.12.16)

Future Bright, The Hill Still Believes
Donald Trump’s election has generated significant and legitimate concerns over the future of federal clean energy policy, with campaign promises disavowing global warming and promoting traditional energy sources such as coal and fracking. With this in mind, observers may worry about America’s solar industry outlook. [...]

Jesse Grossman - TheHill (28.12.16)

Climatescope Reports Developing Countries Still Taking The Lead
The clean energy country competitiveness index and online tool, Climatescope, supported by the UK and US governments, looks at clean energy activity in 58 emerging markets including Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean. It offers information about clean energy policies and activities in individual nations, downloadable datasets and country performance comparisons [...]

BizCommunity (29.12.16)

Masdar Celebrates A Decade Of Progress
As the 10th anniversary year of Masdar, Abu Dhabi’s renewable energy company, draws to a close, industry watchers can reflect on 12 months that have marked a historic milestone for the company and a pivotal moment for the renewable energy sector as a whole. [...]

GulfToday (01.01.17)

Solar On Track To Be Lowest Price Fuel Option, Reports Bloomberg
Solar power is now cheaper than coal in some parts of the world. In less than a decade, it’s likely to be the lowest-cost option almost everywhere.In 2016, countries from Chile to the United Arab Emirates broke records with deals to generate electricity from sunshine for less than 3 cents a kilowatt-hour, half the average global cost of coal power. [...]

Jessica Shankleman and Chris Martin - Bloomberg (03.01.17)

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