Modest Steps Could Add Up To Big Success For Clean Energy In 2013

From ThinkProgress Mon Dec 31 2012, 11:33:05

by Noah Ginsberg, via the American Council on Renewable Energy Looking back at 2012, one thing is certain in the sea of the year's uncertainty; renewable energy experienced significant growth. The U.S. solar industry grew at a rate of 13.2%.  A global oversupply of solar panels lowered prices for American consumers, resulting in higher demand and [...]

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