Abigail Ross Hopper
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Grid parity is of the utmost importance, so that we are competing on price and price alone. If you change the underpinnings of that, it undermines what we're doing.feedback
Abigail Ross Hopper has most recently been quoted in an article called US solar market added more than two gigawatts in first quarter of 2017, new study shows. Abigail Ross Hopper said, “The solar market clearly remains on a strong upward trajectory. Solar is delivering more clean energy, adding jobs 17 times faster than the U.S. economy and creating tens of billions of dollars in investment. With its cost-competitiveness, we know solar will continue to play a growing role in America's energy portfolio.”. Abigail Ross Hopper has been quoted a grand total of 5 times in 5 articles.
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Jun 08 2017
The solar market clearly remains on a strong upward trajectory. Solar is delivering more clean energy, adding jobs 17 times faster than the U.S. economy and creating tens of billions of dollars in investment. With its cost-competitiveness, we know solar will continue to play a growing role in America's energy portfolio.feedback
Apr 18 2017
There is no power source that doesn't benefit from federal and state incentives, so it's highly unlikely that coal and nuclear are becoming uncompetitive due to incentives for renewable energy. The reason they are becoming less competitive is that they cost more to build and operate. As solar continues to grow now, innovations such as solar and storage will, in the relatively near term, turn the baseload electricity equation on its head, and policymakers will need to account for that fact.feedback
Mar 09 2017
While it may be slowing, it is still growing. That is an important piece of the story. Some of that resetting is to be expected.feedback
Mar 09 2017
It would be hard to overstate how impressive 2016 was for the solar industry. Prices dropped to all-time lows, installations expanded in states across the country and job numbers soared. The bottom line is that more people are benefitting from solar now than at any point in the past, and while the market is changing, the broader trend over the next five years is going in one direction – and that's up.feedback
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