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Aluminum solar Frames Threaten US Market Expansion

Aluminum solar Frames Threaten US Market Expansion

The entire solar industry rests on a dangerously vulnerable material – aluminum. It is one of the most carbon intensive metals, and the bulk of its supply originates in one of the world’s most coal-intensive nations an ocean away. It is time for solar to leave aluminum behind and move to domestic recycled steel.

Aluminum solar Frames Threaten US Market Expansion

Aluminum solar Frames Threaten US Market Expansion

The entire solar industry rests on a dangerously vulnerable material – aluminum. It is one of the most carbon intensive metals, and the bulk of its supply originates in one of the world’s most coal-intensive nations an ocean away. It is time for solar to leave aluminum behind and move to domestic recycled steel.

Energy security starts with renewable energy independence

Energy security starts with renewable energy independence

Real energy security starts with renewable energy independence. It’s time to invest in US solar manufacturing. The US energy transition and the fight against climate change will once again be in our control, where it must be. Our energy security demands that we make the policy decisions and investments to secure our renewable energy independence.

It’s Time to Rebuild the US Solar Supply Chain

It’s Time to Rebuild the US Solar Supply Chain

As the economy transitions from fossil fuels to clean energy, it’s time for a new pledge that everyone can get behind: the need for renewable energy independence. Yet, as it stands, rising material and shipping costs threaten to postpone or cancel 50 GW of utility solar projects in 2022.

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