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Permitting is getting harder during a time when more transmission is needed to tap into the resources around the country to move to market.
Texas, Utah, Florida, Rhode Island and Maryland have grown from 50,000 installations combined to more than 200,000 over the last three years.
Manhattan Institute Fellow Mark Mills delves into the science behind why an energy system without any hydrocarbons would be very unstable and astonishingly expensive.