Why cheap solar power could save the world — The Indicator by NPR

Fifteen years ago, pursuing solar energy was so expensive that it seemed like a pipe dream in the development of alternative energies. Since then, government incentives and competition in the market have brought the price of solar down by what economist Ben Ho calls “a magical amount of money.”

On today’s show of The Indicator, NPR talks to Ben Ho about the price of solar, or what he says is “the most important indicator of all time.”

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