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Solar and Storage Trends for 2021
- Jan 18, 2021 6:10 am GMT
This item is part of the Special Issue - 2021-01 - Predictions and Trends, click here for more
I’m starting off the year with my Ten Solar and Storage Trends for 2021. But first, a recap from Dave Barry, my favorite chronicler of all that is crazy and warped in this world: “2020 was a year of nonstop awfulness, a year when we kept saying it couldn’t possibly get worse, and it always did. This was a year in which our only moments of genuine, unadulterated happiness were when we were able to buy toilet paper.“
Looking ahead to 2021:
- The solar investment tax credit was extended at the last minute by President Trump
- Home electric bills went through the roof in 2020, and will stay high for most of 2021
- The President, Senate and House of Representatives are committed to accelerating transition to clean energy
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