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Levelized costs of energy (LCOE) are an excellent metric for an initial assessment of whether a future power installation is feasible or not.
We see that hydrogen is becoming more competitive, especially as LCOEs for solar PV and wind energy are decreasing.
Once the storage problem of renewable energy sources is solved, the world will no longer be dependent on fossil fuels.
Hydropower remains one of the least-expensive energy sources. This remains true even despite recent cost increases.
One big challenge for the renewable energy sector today is the traceability or identification of the generating asset power stream.