The solar power market in the United States has grown to 95 percent. In the residential and commercial utility sector, approximately 14,625MW has been installed. The average number of household electricity that is needed is .01MW (10kW) to generate enough power.

Studies show that installations have increased to 100MW or more in at least 20 U.S. states because solar panel electricity is becoming a popular trend. Now, about 1.3 million households in the country are using 40GW Solar Power.

2010 Earthquake in Haiti and Solar Power

When the Earthquake In Haiti hit on January 12, 2010, the infrastructure in Port Au Prince crumbled.

At the Marche En Fer-Iron Market, a company by the name of Coronado Solar installed an off-grid “PV” solar panel electrical system at the 58,000 SQ. Ft. Open-Air market. The project at The Iron Market in Haiti is the largest stand-alone solar project on the island and supplies 108,000 watts of power to the market. It is one example of how efficient solar panel electricity can help a nation of people that are experiencing a natural disaster.

New Hampshire's Bill of Green House Gas Initiative

The Conservative party is working to limit clean energy efforts in the state of New Hampshire. The Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative has helped the region save billions in energy savings to local consumers.

On the contrary, there is a push back from local government to end the initiative. Donald Trump can potentially nullify The Clean Power Plan and Paris Agreement which will impact solar panel electricity in the country, and Conservatives believe that the bill might not progress.

The Goal of The Clean Energy Bill

In New Hampshire, the state of Massachusetts is working towards a 100% renewable gain for a clean energy bill to be implemented.

It is estimated that it will open 105,000 jobs in the clean energy sector and potentially increase the economy by $11.8 Billion.

Furthermore, Paul LePage, the Governor of Maine is expecting regulators to move forward with solar power electricity. Once solar panel electricity achieves penetration of 10%, a low number of upgrades will be needed. Also, once demand is at 20%, only then will the cost of the service increase.