The U.S. renewable energy market is on a tear. According to the International Renewable Energy Agency, the United States added 29 GW of renewable energy capacity in 2020 – almost 80% more than the year before. But high growth rates are needed to meet the Biden administration’s goal of a carbon-free electricity grid by 2035. Policymakers are now discussing a slew of measures in Washington to accelerate the clean energy transition, reports pv magazine publisher Eckhart K. Gouras.
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