July 12, 2018 by Emily Jackson
(Source: Forbes) Spurred by wind and solar sector growth, investment in America’s renewable energy industry exceeded $40 billion in 2017 according to Bloomberg New Energy Finance, and is tracking close to the same amount in 2018, showing surprising resilience despite policy headwinds. While the industry’s continued growth looks like a forgone conclusion, some analysts expect renewable energy installations will decline in the 2020s, putting the U.S. at risk of falling behind other nations that are investing heavily in renewables and the jobs that come with them. We’d be hitting pause, when we should be doubling down on the energy system – and the energy economy – of the future. Read full article
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