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Catalyzing American Solar Manufacturing

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A roadmap to achieving 50 GW of domestic solar manufacturing by 2030.

If America is to reach its climate goals, our country must achieve solar deployment targets like those envisioned in the Solar+ Decade, where solar will account for 30% of all U.S. electricity generation by 2030. Achieving this target will require a strong U.S. solar manufacturing base, which is also critical to preserving economic and national security. In this roadmap, you will read how policy, supply chain factors, international trade, economic growth and environmental and climate concerns can drive a revitalization of an American solar supply chain.

Read SEIA's press release on the roadmap. 

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