Corporate Investment In Solar Energy Surges

America’s top corporations are pouring investments into solar energy – led by Apple and Amazon— according to a newly released report by the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA).

Following mixed growth in the early part of this decade, corporate solar adoption has surged over the past several years, “with more than half of all capacity installed since 2016.” Over that time period, Apple leads all corporates with 393 MW installed, followed by Amazon at 330 MW.

Target, Walmart, and Google boast 242 MW, 209 MW, and 143 MW respectively. Declining costs, more flexible financing, and climate-friendly state and local policies are accelerating commercial solar adoption.


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