The falling costs of wind and solar power makes it very probable that it will provide 34% of the world’s electricity by 2040.
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The U.S. installed 2,044 megawatts of solar PV in Q1 2017 to reach 44.7 gigawatts of total installed capacity, enough to power 8.7 million American homes.