It depends on who you talk to. If you’re someone who is for renewable energy sources, you will likely say that renewables, like wind and solar, are becoming cost-competitive with coal and other means of electricity generation. Therefore it shouldn’t much affect the cost of electricity. If you’re an industry supporter or electric utility, you could contend that they are still more expensive than coal or gas-fired power plants and will increase costs of electricity. Another BIG factor is building new transmission lines to carry renewable energy from remote locations to cities, where the power is needed. This will likely add some costs to the price of electricity, unless legislation helps pay for it.
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