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US Solar in 2011 in One Infographic

Last week GTM Research and the Solar Energy Industries Association released their report entitled U.S. Solar Market Insight: 2011 Year-in-Review. Zach already covered most of the findings in more depth (see the link above), but here is an interesting graphic he left out of that piece and we thought we’d come back to, the U.S. Solar 2011 Year-in-Review infographic (basically, some of the big stories and a big-picture view of solar power growth).

There are those of you, no doubt, who would like even more detail. If so, again, you can check out Zach’s post for a much more detailed summary, or you can check out the free, downloadable executive summary from GTM Research & SEIA. For those who need to know, or are just really curious, the full report, along with annual subscriptions, can be purchased here.

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