By 2020, the United States will be generating enough electricity from solar to power over two million homes, according to the latest data from the U-verse Energy Research Institute.
This figure is based on data from 2014 and represents a 60% increase from the amount of electricity that will be generated by solar power alone.
The U-Verse data also showed that by 2025, the U to D.C. area will have enough solar capacity to power more than 4 million homes.
The U-Verses latest data is based largely on data collected by the U Energy Group, a company that specializes in analyzing energy data from solar power plants and other renewable sources.
U-Vers reports the solar energy generation data by county.
These are just a small subset of the solar power data, but they’re a good indicator of how solar energy is likely to be used in the future.
The United States is not alone in having solar power, though.
According to the Solar Energy Industries Association, the solar industry has been growing in recent years, with more than 400 new projects being built in 2015 alone.
U-vers report that this growth is largely driven by large-scale projects, which are generally built to power larger, more expensive homes.
Uvers data shows that the average residential solar project will cost between $50,000 and $70,000, with an average cost of $300,000.
The average residential customer will also have to pay for power generation costs, which typically range from $10 to $15 per kWh.
By 2035, the average cost per kilowatt-hour (kWh) of a solar project in the U.-vers database will be between $2 and $6 per kWh, according a U-veres press release.
In addition, the typical project will generate about 8 million kilowatts of energy annually.
The solar industry also expects to see growth in the amount that the U can generate from renewable sources in the years to come.
Uvers data also shows that by 2035 the U will have more than 100 megawatts of wind power installed in the country, with a total of 8.5 gigawatts installed.
The solar industry says that the future is bright for renewable power.
The next generation of solar power could also help to cut the nation’s reliance on fossil fuels, the industry group says.
Vers predicts that by 2030, about 60% of U. S. power will come from renewables.
In the meantime, the energy sector has a lot of work ahead to keep the solar market healthy and competitive.