Solar and onshore wind power are now the cheapest new sources of electricity for at least two-thirds of the world’s population, Bloomberg News reports, further threatening coal and natural gas. The levelized cost of electricity for onshore wind projects has fallen 9 percent to $44 a megawatt-hour since the second half of last year, and solar declined 4 percent to $50 a megawatt-hour.

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(Bloomberg News)