Comparison between China and the United States in Solar Energy Development

Jack Fuller, Yang Guo


The popularity and importance of solar power generation in the United States and China continues to increase. This research effort investigated the present status of solar power generation in both countries. The solar installation incentives provided by the two governments were analyzed. Comparisons between the countries would also focus on: (1) solar electricity generation capacity, (2) solar energy policy comparisons, (3) economic effects of solar energy development, and (4) future solar energy challenges. Conclusions would then be discussed on the comparison topics.

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Studies in Engineering and Technology   ISSN 2330-2038 (Print)   ISSN 2330-2046 (Online)

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