The United States suffers from the highest number of power outages in the developed world, and
. . . we are only seeing those stats continue to climb.
. . . The country’s aging grid infrastructure cannot keep up with an increasingly plugged-in population.
. . . Due to improvements in energy efficiency, demand for electricity has remained flat since 2010.
The Edison Electric Institute estimates, that utilities will need to spend as much as
. . . $2 trillion by 2030 in infrastructure updates, and be passed on to the consumer.
Meanwhile, the cost of installed solar panels, is predicted to decline
. . . 61% and the cost of batteries to decline
. . . 49% over the next 10 years.
10-27-2018 Source: #Renewable Energy Game Changer
#Renewable Energy Game Changer
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