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If energy prices are a reliable indicator, then power grids even in green-friendly Europe are not yet ready for a comprehensive transition to renewable energy. Due to lagging investment and development of storage technologies for renewable power, unseasonably sunny and windy periods across Europe continue to lead to imbalances in power supply and demand that result a bizarre phenomenon: negative energy prices.
While renewable energy has not yet outrun all fossil fuels in terms of the total energy production, the current trajectory is favorable for an unprecedented "green" revolution in energy capable of radically realigning energy markets. The pace of installation of solar panels has beat all records, and this is only the beginning. Costs associated with windmills and solar panels alike are continuing to decline to profitable terms for countries and communities of all sizes.
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