Bright Days for Solar Energy

Andersen, Glen
July 2014
State Legislatures;Jul/Aug2014, Vol. 40 Issue 7, p13
The article reports on the growing solar market in the U.S., posting an 80 percent increase in solar capacity at 1,330 megawatts. It notes that almost 75 percent of power capacity comes from solar, surpassing contributions by natural gas and wind. It asserts that local utilities are looking into solar power to comply with federal air regulations and state renewable energy requirements.


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