7 Fun Facts about Solar in the Corporate Marketplace

ALEX WINEHOLT | November 5, 2018

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The market for corporate solar installations exceeded a remarkable 2.5 GW in 2017, with 326 MW installed last year alone (SEIA Solar Means Business 2017). A wide variety of companies have gone solar, such as Target, Swiss Re, Bloomberg and Amazon among many others. The last few years have also shown a dramatic increase in new entrants to the marketplace among small and mid-sized companies.

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