By Steve Lang via IGN News and the IGN Alliance The solar industry has been one of the biggest success stories of the last 20 years.
Its been a boon to the economy, as well as a boon for consumers.
With the help of a massive solar array array, Illinois has been able to meet the demand of the world’s largest solar panel manufacturer and to reduce the price of its electricity.
But now, it’s facing another challenge.
Solar energy can be expensive to run and can also be expensive for solar panels to install.
Illinois currently has the highest per capita solar energy usage in the nation, but the state is also facing a problem with solar panels that are over-sized and that need to be connected to large electrical grids.
Solar energy in Illinois currently consumes 2.9% of the state’s electricity supply, according to the Illinois Public Service Commission.
That’s enough to power more than 300,000 homes and businesses, and more than 100,000,000 solar installations.
That means solar energy has become an important part of the economy in Illinois, as many businesses and businesses with large rooftop solar arrays have turned to the state as a way to provide electricity.
Solar panels on the rooftop in Chicago.
(Courtesy of The Solar Association of Illinois)Solar energy has also become a key part of Illinois’ economy.
More than 2,300 companies in Illinois have invested in solar energy, according the Illinois Manufacturers Association.
The state is the fifth-largest solar energy market in the country, with more than 2.2 million square feet of solar power capacity installed in the state, according an analysis by The Solar Alliance of Illinois.
Solar energy has been a critical part of Chicago’s economy for decades, thanks to a large array of solar panels installed by solar energy companies.
Solar panel on a roof in Chicago, Illinois.
(Photo by TheSolar Alliance)When Chicagoans first heard about the solar industry back in 2009, the first company to install a solar array on a city street was Solar City.
Today, the company has more than 1,400 solar panels spread throughout Chicago, and its new solar panels are also helping reduce energy costs for other utilities in the city.
In 2012, Solar City received $13 million in federal tax credits from the Obama administration to install solar power on rooftops.
Now, the solar company is building on that success with a new solar project that will be completed this summer, and the company says it plans to bring its entire solar array to Chicago in just three years.
“When the Obama Administration announced the Solar Energy Tax Credit, they gave Illinois a boost to get solar panels on our rooftops,” says Solar City CEO Chris Pappas.
“Now, we’re building an entire solar project in the Chicago area.
We’ve already installed more than one hundred panels, and we’ve built a total of over 30,000 square feet.
That makes us the largest developer of solar arrays in the world.”
The Chicago area is home to more than 6.7 million square meters of solar energy capacity.
That works out to roughly one-third of the total solar power installed in Illinois.
In fact, Illinois is the third-largest producer of rooftop solar panels in the United States.
Solar City and the other companies that have solar projects in Chicago have seen their revenues grow by an average of almost 50%, as the industry continues to expand.
Pappas says that solar energy is now being used to help make the world a better place.
“I think that’s why the federal tax credit has been so helpful,” he says.
“It allows the companies that build these projects to use solar energy to reduce their energy bills.”
While solar power is becoming a bigger part of our economy, it can also have a negative impact on our environment.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has called for an end to the use of fossil fuels in the energy industry.
The federal government has said that solar power should not be included in the national electricity mix, and solar energy could cause climate change.
But Pappa says that there are no negative impacts associated with solar power and that the amount of solar in Illinois is still very high compared to other states.
“Solar energy is a lot more efficient than coal, natural gas, and oil,” he said.
“So, we still get the benefits of those other energy sources.”
In fact, Pappes and his team at Solar City have been using the federal credits to help them build a solar power plant on the roof of their building in Chicago that will produce 100 megawatts of electricity.
That power will be used to power solar panels at other Chicago buildings, as they expand their project to include solar panels all over the city, including in parks and at restaurants.
Pellegrino Solar Systems, one of Solar City’s partners, is planning to expand its solar power production even further.
The company is working with a local partner to install panels on a large piece of land near the