OhmHome’s latest quarterly report suggests that in the first quarter of 2018, the U.S. residential solar power market showed 11% growth over the first quarter of 2017. This would be the first year-over-year growth since the fourth quarter of 2016.
The data also seems to show great variances across multiple markets, reflecting ongoing state-level policy turmoil. And it was not all bad news. Nevada showed 784% growth, a statistical whiplash resulting from net metering first being cancelled, with major solar companies abandoning the market, and then being reinstated midway through 2017.
Read the full article on pv magazine USA.