The United States has just become the first country to install a massive solar energy system.
It’s a milestone in the world of rooftop solar, a form of renewable energy that uses sunlight to generate electricity.
The system has helped the United States reduce greenhouse gas emissions by about 35 percent from 2005 levels and to meet the goal of a 100 percent renewable electricity mix by 2025.
The solar system is installed in more than 150 cities across the country, from New York City to San Francisco.
The project is the brainchild of the Department of Energy’s Solar Energy Industries Association, which has a $3 billion annual budget.
The group is comprised of solar installers, engineers, solar companies, and researchers.
They work with state, local and federal governments to bring new installations to market.
In addition to the solar system, the group has built a pilot solar farm in Texas and plans to start building more in the future.
Solar power is becoming increasingly more affordable and widely available, and the technology is helping to push the U.S. economy to a more sustainable future.
The U.K. recently built its own solar power system.
The UK government estimates it will cost less than $100 per kilowatt-hour to install an equivalent system in the U, but that may be a bit optimistic, according to an analysis from Bloomberg.
The cost of solar energy is expected to fall by $1.40 per watt by 2030, from $9.20 per watt today, according a Bloomberg article.
The price drop is expected because of lower power demand due to climate change, and more efficient batteries.
Solar energy systems are also cheaper than coal and natural gas.
But the U of A’s system, which includes solar panels, battery storage and a large power tower, cost about $5 billion, according Bloomberg.
But that doesn’t mean it’s free.
As a pilot, the UTA paid for the system and has agreed to help finance its construction.
In the future, the solar industry may need to get creative to find ways to pay for the cost of the solar array.
The government may decide to subsidize the system in a way that helps pay for other costs such as installation and maintenance.
The new system comes at a time when the United Kingdom is considering joining the solar power industry.
A report published in the British Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences predicts that by 2025, the United Nations climate change goals will be met.
That means solar energy will become more affordable in the coming decades.
The United Kingdom has been the largest contributor to the United Nation’s Paris climate change goal, which aims to reduce global emissions by more than 40 percent from 1990 levels by 2025 to 30 percent by 2050.
It is a long time coming, but with more countries coming on board, the global goal could become even more attainable.