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Solar now costs 6¢ per kilowatt-hour, beating government goal by 3 years | Ars Technica

'Despite the plummeting costs for utility-scale solar, costs for commercial and residential solar panels have not fallen quite as quickly—just 15 percent and 6 percent, respectively. '

'In 2011, the DOE started the SunShot Initiative with the stated purpose of reducing solar panel prices to certain levels by 2020. '

'The Energy Department said that the cost per watt was assessed in terms of total installed system costs for developers. '

'From here, there are a few factors that could change how solar panels are priced in the future. '

'For utility-grade solar panels, that level was six cents per kilowatt-hour. '

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