Solar energy is the future.
But it’s not exactly the only thing that’s in the pipeline.
The world’s energy companies are also betting big on solar power to make up for the lack of solar in their supply chains, and it’s driving up prices.
In fact, the solar industry is on the brink of a “transition phase,” which will see the industry slowly transition to a new source of renewable energy, according to industry analyst Brian Krebs.
Krebs told Bloomberg TV that “a transition is the first step in the process to transition from fossil fuels to renewable sources, and to that end, there are several companies that are already going to start transitioning to renewables.”
Solar is one of the biggest drivers of this transition, and Krebs believes that by the end of the decade, we will have solar installed in more than 20 countries.
This is a shift that the US has been waiting for.
That’s why it’s important to look at how the energy industry is positioning itself for the transition, according Toiyea Chitnis, executive director of Solar Power North America.
The transition, she says, is one that will “take solar energy to the next level and it will take it from the fringe of the economy to the mainstream.”
Chitnes says the transition will include making solar energy a more affordable option for consumers, as well as “creating a competitive advantage for the solar companies that sell solar power.”
Solar power is currently a niche market, and its market share has dropped to just 2% from a high of around 30% in 2014.
But the shift from fossil to renewable energy is not inevitable, and as the solar energy industry matures, more countries are likely to take up the opportunity to take advantage of the technology.
It’s not just the US that is in the transition phase.
The Solar Energy Industries Association estimates that solar energy has the potential to be installed in every U.S. state by 2030.
That includes New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, California, Arizona, Hawaii, Alaska, Hawaii and Oregon.
“This transition is going to be more about the countries in the Northeast and the South than it is the US as a whole,” Chitins says.
Solar energy, which was developed in the US in the 1960s, is now being exported all over the world, and a lot of this export has gone into China, where solar power is already available for a fraction of the cost.
And China is already seeing a big growth in its solar market, as the country’s economy has grown by nearly 20% per year.
In a country that has the world’s largest solar industry, China could be on the verge of becoming the largest solar market in the world.
While the solar market is booming in China, it’s nowhere near the same as the U.K. or the U