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As more Americans move to the suburbs and work from home, with many planning to stay, demand for high-speed internet in less populated areas has skyrocketed. But supply isn't keeping up.
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Jim Efstathiou Jr
Global funding for clean-energy projects sagged in 2018 after China’s decision to curb subsidies dragged down installations in the world’s biggest solar market.
Investment in wind and solar energy, along with technologies like smart power meters, reached $332.1 billion last year, down 8 percent from 2017, according to a report Wednesday from BloombergNEF.