The Solar Industry Gives Thanks

by SEIA Comms Team

Last week, the Department of Energy announced a commitment for its SunShot Initiative to cut the cost of solar-generated electricity by 50 percent between 2020 and 2030. This comes on the heels of SunShot reaching 90 percent of its established goals for 2020 after only five years. Read more:

Every US State & Every Country Can Become An “Energy Giant” Via Solar

by Zachary Shahan

While editing an in-depth article on Arizona solar energy this week, this line caught my attention: “With over 375 solar companies serving the value chain in Arizona, there are more than 6,900 people employed in the state’s solar market.” Read more:

 

Has Solar Financing Finally Gone Mainstream?

by Erin Vaughan

A new financing option offered by Fannie Mae has the potential to completely transform U.S. residential solar. For a long time, price has been one of the main issues keeping solar from being competitive with traditional energy. Read more: