By Kelly Pickerel The United States currently has 33.4 gigawatts (GW) of solar online — and more than a quarter of that, 9.4 GW, was interconnected to the grid by American utilities just in 2016.
Those figures, and a wealth of other market data and analysis, are contained in the Smart Electric Power Alliance’s (SEPA) 2017 Utility Solar Market Snapshot, now available on the educational nonprofit’s website.
Based on SEPA’s annual Utility Market Survey of hundreds of utilities across the country, the Snapshot provides a detailed picture of utilities’ critical role in the ongoing growth of solar and other distributed energy resources (DERs) in the
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