“Solar Smackdown” highlights variations in solar job creation and energy use

The Baltimore and DC-based Renewable Energy Corporation focuses on the Mid-Atlantic region, so they produced a “Solar Smackdown” contrasting solar power use and job creation in Maryland and Virginia. It proves that variations between states are created by a multitude of factors– not simply how much sun a region enjoys. State policy, incentives, and job creation all help shape the face of renewable energy.

In addition to understanding the needs and capabilities of individual solar power sites and owners, it’s also vital to follow the nuances of public policy, which– as our news round-ups attest to– change quickly.

Solar Jobs Comparison Infographic
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