Solar Could Grow To 40% Of US Energy Mix By 2035

White House Sees Bright Future For Solar Power In US Under Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal; US Department Of Energy Expects Solar To Account For Over 40% Of Country’s Power Mix By 2035

Large scale decarbonization of electricity sector could mean solar power to account for more than 40% of the US electricity mix, from 3% at present, according to preliminary results of an upcoming National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) analysis .

$14 Million Funding For US Solar Manufacturing Innovations

US Department Of Energy Announces Winners Of $45 Million Funding Round For Solar Manufacturing & Grid Technology Projects; Silfab Solar, AccuSolar & Bert Thin Films Among Winners

The US Department of Energy (DOE) has announced the winners of $45 million in funding under the Solar Energy Technologies Office Fiscal Year 2021 (SETO FY21), comprising $14 million awarded to efforts accelerating commercialization of American-made solar innovations.

Instant Permitting Tool For Residential Rooftop Solar In US

US Department Of Energy Sensitizing Local Governments To Adopt SolarAPP+, An NREL Developed Tool To ‘Drastically’ Bring Down Permitting Process For Residential Solar Installations

To fast-track residential solar installation permits, the Department of Energy (DOE) of the US government has launched Solar Automated Permit Processing Plus (SolarAPP+) tool, which it believes will cut red tape and make solar power cheaper and easier for homeowners.

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