Solar Saves America

There is now crystal clear evidence that state solar incentives are the single greatest factor in whether or not a solar market can take off in that state. This infographic done by Columnfivemedia with 1Bog, visualizes a conservative estimate of how many solar jobs would be created in just a few years if U.S. states put stronger solar policies in place.

 

Solar Saves America

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