By Joseph CG Eisenberg, Renewable Analytics LLC
The U.S. solar PV market is suffering not from a lack of demand or high prices, but rather from an inconsistent labyrinth of rules and regulations which complicate and prolong uptake. There is significant pent-up demand in the U.S. among developers and especially manufacturers; there is not, however, a commensurate regulatory framework that will enable and encourage this demand to be realized. The U.S. political landscape is deeply divided, and policies that would directly or indirectly effect solar demand are no different from any other in this regard.
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