Solar market welcomes President Biden

Jan 21, 2021 01:49 PM ET
  • The United States solar sector expressed alleviation on Wednesday as President Joe Biden was inaugurated as the country's 46th President, and also repealed core facets of Donald Trump's heritage on climate modification.
Solar market welcomes President Biden
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Biden signed an order for the US to re-join the Paris Agreement, along with signing an exec order to embark on a sweeping climate action program that consists of a US$ 500 billion spending plan to change to tidy energy.

Abigail Ross Hopper, the head of state as well as CEO of the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA), stated the industry "stands prepared to help America fulfill its dedications," including that city governments and corporate leaders are currently devoted to releasing more solar to cut greenhouse gas discharges in future.

" We are expecting working with these leaders as well as the Biden administration to meet this moment," she claimed, "as well as redeem America's standing as an international leader in the fight against climate modification."

The renewable energy market applauded Biden's climate team nominations and also consultations last month, with Gina McCarthy, that served as Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) manager under President Obama, called the US' first nationwide climate advisor as well as readied to lead a new White House Office of Domestic Climate Policy.

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