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The solar energy is on track to see 18% growth globally, but why are solar’s two biggest markets, US and China, which account for well over half of all solar consumption and production, slowing down so drastically? This podcast talks about the solar disagreement between the city of Milwaukee and utility company, We Energy. With the increasing popularity of solar energy, how do you guys think local governments and energy companies will find common ground on solar initiatives?

I'd love to hear your thoughts on this subject in the comments below!

 

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Matt Chester on Jan 9, 2019

I think local governments and energy companies MUST find common ground and not continue to hamper overall growth, but the how indeed is a tough question. As much as I celebrate how state/local governments are taking the lead in clean energy and climate policy solutions, this definitely highlights one of the main issues with the piecemeal quilt of varying regulations from one jurisdiction to the next

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