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California leading U.S. solar industry
PV Magazine - Aug 8
According to IHS iSuppli, California is to continue its solar lead in the country in terms of installed capacity, with predictions that 7.5GW will be added between 2010 and 2015. If the forecasts are correct, this will take overall installed capacity to 8.4GW by 2015. IHS iSuppli's Michael Sheppard attributes the state’s solar strength to its plentiful sunshine and positive political support.
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