The solar energy industry has seen its share of ups and downs over the last decade, in part due to tariffs imposed by the Trump administration.

After two years of job losses in the industry, however, advocates are projecting demand to pick up, thanks to state initiatives to promote the use of solar power.

As business heats up, solar companies are facing a familiar problem — finding qualified workers.

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  1. He is saying strange things. At first, he has promised to present a plan to support American oil and gas companies soon and warned that they will still have difficulties in the coming years. “Oil is the bearing wall of the world,” he assured, explaining that alternative energy sources are now unable to replace hydrocarbons. In time when tons of companies like fluix(dot)io/industry-renewable-energy are focused on alternative energy sources, Mr.P is living in old times. Some strange course

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