In 2010, solar energy accounted for just 4% of new U.S. capacity additions; by Q3 of 2019, that figure had risen to 39%. And there is every reason to believe the new decade will be just as big for the industry.
The Solar Energy Industry Association (SEIA) expects “radical change and exponential growth”— including doubling of the number of solar jobs in the U.S. by 2030.
If the 2010s were the decade that solar power reached maturity and competitive feasibility, will the 2020s be the decade solar comes into its own as a primary energy source for future generations?
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