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It's Time to Put Solar to Work in Georgia

by Rhone Resch, SEIA

Saporta Report

The numbers don't lie - 2011 was a banner year for solar energy in America as consumers saw the cost of installing solar drop by 20 percent in just a single year.

The U.S. solar energy industry installed a record 1,855 megawatts of new solar capacity last year, more than doubling the previous record set in 2010. In the fourth quarter alone, the industry installed 755 megawatts of new capacity - more than the solar installation totals for the full years of 2008 and 2009 combined.

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