Obama’s Solar Legacy

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(L-R) Eric Haukdal, Department of Energy Energy Manager, US President Barack Obama, Liz Sherwood-Randall, Deputy Secretary of Energy, and Kate Brandt, Federal Chief Sustainability Officer look at solar panels installed on the roof of the US Department of Energy in Washington, DC, USA,

If Clinton follows up on Obama’s solar energy commitment, the US could be looking at a 100% clean residential energy by 2030


The United States is known more for the controversial use of shale oil and gas, which uses up water resources and has been vilified for contaminating water resources. The ambition of the Obama administration is a legacy of clean energy production.

The solar energy industry in the United States seems to have brighter prospects in the United States than in Europe. The industry holds one big conference after another this summer, as the industry is bracing for a period of growth and expansion. So...


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