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California becomes first U.S. state to require solar panels on new homes
by Sebastien Malo and Nichola Groom
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9 May 2018
On 9 May 2018 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
Builders in California will be required to fit solar panels on most new homes from 2020 under new building standards adopted on Wednesday (9 May), a move that is the first in the United States and could provide a big boost to the solar industry. The decision, adopted unanimously by the five-member California Energy Commission, is part of the state's effort to fight global climate change.
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