30 Jan '17, 2pm

Solar is not a partisan issue anymore

Republicans too are swayed by the economic proposition of solar, according to new analysis by PowerScout. Source: Flickr/DonkeyHotey Whilst clean energy might be thought of as a partisan issue in the States, when it comes to installing solar, political parties are irrelevant, according to a new study by PowerScout . The outcome might be surprising, given that Democrats traditionally favour renewable energy and propose funding for solar research and development, with Republican politicians more likely to champion conventional energy sources such as oil and gas. California-based solar company PowerScout collated information from donors to both parties and candidates from within the top 20 solar states and pulled satellite images for these selected homes with and without solar panels. The findings refute the assumed link between solar and party affiliation; concluding that of...

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