Friday, August 18th, 2017

Obama renews solar bid despite setbacks

<img src="http://www.davidsellers.com/wp-content/plugins/wp-o-matic/cache/d71da0c361_eaf3302e09e35cf5ec34fe7d690cb3f3eef40f70.jpg" width="130" height="86" alt="Obama, who is concluding a three-day fundraising tour of California, announced commitments to develop solar energy and energy efficiency by more than 300 private and public sector groups in a variety of sectors” align=”left” title=”Obama, who is concluding a three-day fundraising tour of California, announced commitments to develop solar energy and energy efficiency by more than 300 private and public sector groups in a variety of sectors” border=”0″ />President Barack Obama praised Friday measures taken by his administration to develop solar energy in the United States, despite attacks and setbacks from his Republican opponents. Obama, who is concluding a three-day fundraising tour of California, announced commitments to develop solar energy and energy efficiency by more than 300 private and public sector groups in a variety of sectors. The plan includes thousands of homes that will go solar and more than 850 megawatts of solar energy deployed –- enough to power about 130,000 homes. Separate energy efficiency investments will lower utility bills for more than a billion square feet (93 million square meters) of buildings, according to the White House.


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