The solar energy industry is under a bit of a siege.
The federal government and its contractors have spent billions of dollars in subsidies to solar energy companies, while state and local governments have been saddled with the bills of their own solar projects.
The situation is so dire that solar energy contractors are suing the federal government, the state of California and other states for money they say they were promised and are owed.
Solar energy contractors say they have been defrauded by the federal subsidies.
Solar energy has become so lucrative that it has become a lucrative business for companies, from small to big, in many parts of the country.
“It’s really a very lucrative business to go after,” said Michael Wessel, a lawyer for the Solar Energy Industries Association.
Wessel is representing the Solar Deficit Coalition, a group of companies that have sued the U.S. Department of Energy and the U,S.
Environmental Protection Agency over the billions of taxpayer dollars the federal agencies have promised to install solar energy projects.
The federal government says it will spend $3 billion on the solar energy sector in 2018 alone.
In response, Solar Deficits has filed a lawsuit in the U-S District Court for the Southern District of New York, challenging the federal solar programs and alleging the solar industry is being defraied by the programs.
While solar energy is a relatively new sector, its impact is already being felt in some parts of America.
According to the Solar Industries Association, a trade group, solar power is being used by more than 500,000 businesses, including more than 1 million homes, as well as some 50,000 small businesses.
Solar power is the largest source of renewable energy in the country and the largest generator of new electricity in the United States, generating enough power to power more than 80 million homes.
Its popularity has created a huge demand for the solar panel companies.
But with the government’s solar program, the solar panels are being built to be installed on government-owned land.
And the projects are being constructed by contractors who are required to make solar panels available to the public.
As a result, the companies are not getting any of the money they were pledged.
Instead, the federal programs are providing $5 billion in subsidies that are being paid out in a variety of ways to solar companies, according to Wessel.
The federal subsidies include a $1 billion grant for solar panels, and a $2 billion loan guarantee for solar projects, which were supposed to be built.
The government has also given $500 million to private companies for installing solar energy systems.
These subsidies are not the only reason why the solar companies are fighting the government.
Many states have also sued the federal grants for allegedly violating their laws.
For example, California is suing the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), which is responsible for awarding the federal loan guarantee program, for awarding subsidies that violate the state’s solar energy laws, according in a press release.
The California solar energy legislation that passed in 2008 is one of the strongest solar energy programs in the nation.
In California, which ranks among the top 10 states in solar power generation, the program provides incentives to solar developers and companies that install solar panels.
In exchange, the programs is supposed to pay for solar energy costs.
If the programs were allowed to continue, there would be a net loss of $1.8 billion for California over the next five years, according the state.
State lawmakers also want to expand the solar incentives program to cover more solar projects in the state and give the federal subsidy to companies that build the solar systems.
State Rep. Jeff Coughlin, D-Lake Elsinore, told CBS2 that he wants to expand it to include other solar projects like wind farms and other power plants, but that the federal program needs to be adjusted to include all projects in California.
However, state Rep. Bob Worsley, R-Sacramento, told The Sacramento Bee that he has no problem with the federal stimulus program.
“The money is there, but we can’t put a dollar sign on it,” Worsleysaid.
“We need to take a look at it and do it in a way that balances all of our interests.”
But the solar contractors are not satisfied with the state legislature’s efforts to expand its solar program.
Seth Casteel, a member of the Solar Coalition, said that the Solar Program has been designed to benefit just a few people, and not the thousands of small and medium-sized businesses in the area that would benefit from the solar technology.
“They are not in the same position as a lot of the solar farms in California,” Casteell said.
“This is a bad program that doesn’t make a lot for the state.”
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