Solar Will Slow on U.S. Tax Credit Extension and That's Good

  • Companies gearing up for `turbo-charged 2016' can now ease off
  • Costs of labor, equipment, marketing, financing will be lower

A U.S. tax break for solar energy set for Congressional approval Friday will slow growth next year by about 24 percent -- and that’s great for the industry.

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