How cheap? Sivaram and Kann argue that the industry should set a goal of pushing the installed price of solar to $0.25 per watt by 2050 — down from around $3 per watt today. That’s a mind-bogglingly low number, and it could require thinking about solar innovation in a radically new way. Current approaches to cutting costs won’t necessarily get us there.

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