Solar energy – flying to the new energy era

Although Trump has always wanted to preserve the interests of the gold lords behind it, a simple and clear fact is that coal resources cannot keep up with the changes in the 21st century energy landscape, and even fail to meet the Trump cabinet’s renewable energy. Energy policy. The US Department of Energy recently said that solar energy has defeated coal resources in the issue of the flexibility of key infrastructure and has gradually become the focus of development.

To address emergency power issues in critical infrastructure, the US Department of Energy invested $46 million to build a solar energy storage system. They see this as the most effective means of ensuring the continued operation of critical infrastructure. At the same time, the US military intends to use renewable energy as a means of improving the energy security of its facilities to ensure the resilience of military facilities.

Recently, 216 mayors representing 50 states signed a document to support the deployment of more solar facilities. This means that utility contracts in US states will accelerate the adoption of solar installations. On the other hand, as the cost of solar panels drops rapidly, the way energy is stored becomes more and more economically attractive, enabling more governments and utilities to expand their use of solar energy.

According to the US Energy Information Administration (EIA), in the first half of this year, non-hydropower renewable energy in the United States set a new record in production and consumption. Among them, solar energy production increased the most year-on-year, with a year-on-year increase of 25.4%.

The performance of the data is satisfactory, but in terms of absolute quantity, there is still much room for development of solar power. Recall that a decade ago, solar power was negligible, even though it has been developed so far, it accounts for only 1% of global electricity generation. What will happen in the future? DNV GL recently released a report titled “Energy Transformation Outlook 2018,” which mentions that by 2050, solar energy will increase by 65 times, making it one of the world’s largest sources of energy.

The development trend of solar energy in the United States is becoming more and more obvious, and other countries are expected to continue to follow up. If all goes well, the future energy model will become more and more beautiful. It is expected that some enterprises in the solar energy industry chain will also usher in the opportunity of gold development and it is worth exploring investment opportunities.