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Solar power has long been dismissed as too expensive, unreliable and dependent on uneconomic state subsidies to become anything more than a minor contributor to energy capacity in major markets. But the evidence points to a brightening outlook for the survivors of the solar wars, even as subsidies begin to fade and solar’s share of electricity output remains minuscule.

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