A solar spill is called a sunny day.
Germany is one of the world’s leaders in the use of solar photovoltaics (PV) panels. In 2014, Germany produced approximately 6.2 to 6.9 percent of their electricity, and by 2015, it produced 7.5% of Germany’s net electricity consumption. Germany’s PV capacity has doubled on a average of every 18 months, with a 50% annual growth rate. By 2016, China had surpassed Germany, but Germany surpassed Japan, Italy and the United States. They have found a way to make it work; we need to explore what works for them, and what doesn’t.
As your Representative, I will fight to protect the rights of families to have solar panels on their home, and will look for ways to make solar power for some work for all New Hampshire residents. I’ll also explore other clean, alternative energy sources, so that we can protect the environment, and fight climate change by reducing the use of fossil fuels.