The market has spoken- renewables are cheap and plentiful. As of April 2019, renewables accounted for 23% of the electricity produced in the United States and coal only accounted for 20%. Read more from this article by The Guardian here.
Oregonians who have invested in solar are paying next to nothing for their electricity bill- just taxes and fees. Residential homes account for more than a quarter of the power used in Oregon, but with installed solar on single-family and multi-family residences, some people are investing net-zero solutions. Read more here.