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The SOLAR 2008 Conference kicked off in San Diego on Saturday, with first-day registration up about 50% over Solar 2007. This is nice to know, considering that photovoltaic installations rose about 40% in 2007 over 2006 — the attendance rise suggests that consumer interest will continue to push the growth of solar power at the same pace despite the slowdown of the economy at large.
Jason Keyes of the ASES Board of Directors made a great point: If renewable energy, continues to grow at 40% per year, it can displace all other forms of electric power generation in just 16 years, even with a 2% annual growth in demand.
Keep up the good work!
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