Target defends its crown as largest adopter of on-site corporate solar power

The top on-site home for corporate solar remains the same in SEIA’s 2018 Solar Means Business Report, but new challengers have entered, as the report includes off-site solar for the first time ever. SEIA has officially released its 2018 Solar Means Business Report, outlining solar adoption by businesses across the U.S., from both Fortune-500 giants to small business all across the country. However this edition marks the first in the Report’s 7-year history to track off-site installations, as well as data on solar systems located at the site of the businesses themselves. For some perspective as to the scope of the report, tracked within it are more than 35,000 projects in 43 states which account for more than 7 GW of capacity, roughly 70% of the United States’ C&I solar market. This new off-site section of the report is led unsurprisingly by web giants Apple and Amazon, with perennial on-site champ target taking bronze in this category and showing that they can keep up with the big guys.

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