Here Comes The SUN

DeCesaro, Jennifer
February 2008
State News (Council of State Governments);Feb2008, Vol. 51 Issue 2, p31
The article addresses the widespread use of solar technologies in the U.S. A brief discussion of solar energy and its applications is provided. Several states across the country are developing programs to support the deployment of solar technologies. The country continues to revise its solar policy portfolio at both state and federal levels. In 2006, almost 800 residential and commercial solar systems were installed under the program.


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