10 Sep '12, 12pm

Q2 Report Shows US Solar Market Booming, Utility-scale Projects Leading

The second quarter saw a blockbuster growth for projects built for utility owners or for selling power to utilities. Developers built 477 MW of utilty-scale projects during the second quarter and are building another 3,400 MW. They will likely complete 1.1 GW during the second half of 2012, according to the report. The growth of the utility segment came as no surprise given that many states now require their electricity retailers to increase the amount of renewable energy they sell to consumers. California’s utilities recently marked a big milestone of meeting a 20 percent goal, and they are tasked to reach 33 percent by 2020. The report also noted a curious development: prices for third-party owned solar panel systems in California fell below prices for direct purchases for the first time. The average installed price for third-party owned residential systems was $5.64 per...

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