Consumers should find it easier to get cheap electricity from renewable power sources in the coming years - as the technology becomes more effective.
This is according to an article from Clean Technica, which estimated that by 2030, consumers around the world will be able to reap the benefits of green policies put in place by governments and the investments of private enterprises.
It was noted schemes such as Feed-in Tariffs (FITs) that encourage individuals to develop their own green energy generation solutions are among the most cost-effective programmes.
Recently, it was stated by Be Energy Smart director Charles Dowson that the UK FIT initiative is still an effective way for people to get cheap green energy, despite cuts in the payments users will receive.
Clean Technica noted that as a result of the use of a wider range of renewable sources, green electricity is likely to be cheaper to produce than fossil fuel alternatives by 2030.
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