The Renewable Energy Industry Must Adapt to U.S. Tax Reform

Since 2009, renewable energy production in the United States has grown at unprecedented levels: nationwide solar installations grew from 1.2 gigawatts (GW) to 25 GW, while wind grew from 31 GW to 75 GW. This growth was enabled partially by a favorable tax environment that included tax credits and accelerated depreciation benefits.


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