Pennsylvania's solar energy boom has gone bust. Reports describe local solar developers as scrambling to find healthier solar markets elsewhere. Several nearby states — we will focus in this article on Massachusetts and Connecticut — are frequently mentioned as "sunnier" climes for solar. Experience shows that where there is hype in the solar energy market, economic activity usually follows. Unfortunately, if current trends continue, there will likely be not only less clean energy for Pennsylvania, but also fewer solar jobs for Pennsylvanians.
Pennsylvania Solar Energy: Looking North for Inspiration
The Legal Intelligencer
July 31, 2012
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