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US Solar Industry Has Largest Second Quarter Ever, But Residential Soon Set To Decline

The US solar industry had its largest second quarter ever this year, adding 2.4 gigawatts worth of new solar capacity, but it was a lackluster quarter for the country's residential segment, which grew only 1% over the first quarter and declined year-over-year.  US Solar Industry Has Largest Second Quarter Ever, But Residential Soon Set To Decline was originally published on CleanTechnica.
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