Green power a victim of own success down under as costs plunge

The cost of solar and wind power has plunged in Australia, and this has raised the prospect of terminating subsidies as renewables now seem to be able to compete with fossil fuels.
BY PERRY WILLIAMS, BLOOMBERG

Plummeting costs for renewable energy in Australia may tilt the government toward scrapping subsidies designed to encourage use of the technology.

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