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    Thursday, January 23, 2014

    THE DOMINANCE OF THE TOP TEN U.S. SOLAR STATES

    Top 10 US States Offer More than 40GW of Solar PV Pipeline Capacity

    Michael Barker, January 14, 2014 (SolarBuzz)

    “At the end of 2013, based on annual market demand, the top 10 states for solar PV in the US had an aggregate project pipeline of approximately 2,000 non-residential projects. This represents almost 40GW of potential PV capacity…Project pipelines provide significant insight into individual projects, but also help understand market structures, business models, and future demand levels…[California dominates] with over 60% of capacity…States with smaller pipeline levels may be in danger of declining Y/Y…[but] the pipeline relates only to non-residential (commercial/utility) solar PV installations. Therefore, states that have strong residential segments, such as Hawaii, may have smaller non-residential pipeline capacity but retain strong PV ranking status by virtue of residential activity…” click here for more

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