In a ground-breaking year for the U.S. solar industry, solar led all technologies in new electric-generating capacity added, installing a record 19.2 gigawatts (GWdc) in 2020 according to the U.S. Solar Market Insight 2020 Year-in-Review report released this week. SEIA and Wood Mackenzie’s report included a 10-year forecast for the first time ever, showing that the U.S. solar industry is on track to quadruple in size over the next decade.
On Tuesday, March 23, experts from SEIA and Wood Mackenzie will provide a deep dive into the new data outlined in the report and discuss the market trends that helped shape the U.S. solar market through a difficult year. Join this informative webinar to get insight on how the forecasts outlined in the report demonstrate the need for smart clean energy policies that can help accelerate the industry's pace of growth throughout the next decade.
- Michelle Davis, Senior Analyst, Solar, Wood Mackenzie
- Shawn Rumery, Senior Director of Research, SEIA
- Bryan White, Solar Analyst, Wood Mackenzie
- Colin Smith, Solar Analyst, Wood Mackenzie
Free for SEIA members, $95 for non members