Restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic is set to hit U.S utility-scale solar projects

A worst-case scenario shows detrimental effects on the entire solar industry


The coronavirus pandemic is likely to have a material impact on utility-scale solar installations in the U.S this year, and perhaps even into 2021.

In its latest risk report on the effects of the coronavirus pandemic, Wood Mackenzie says in a best-case scenario, the market could see huge delays affecting a few hundred MWs of modules and inverters.

The market research firm also lays out a worst-case scenario, which if played out—combined with construction disruptions, will be detrimental to the entire solar industry.

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