A new solar panel is installed at the base of the new solar farm in Waukesha, Wisconsin, United States, September 30, 2017.
It’s the first of the company’s solar farm systems to be installed in Wisconsin, the U.S. state that opened up to solar power after a federal solar tax credit was created.
The new solar farms are powered by a solar array mounted on a rooftop system, which has the capacity to generate up to 400 watts of energy.
This is enough power to light up the entire home for up to 15 hours a day.
Solar power has become a growing market in the U and world, and it’s not just Wisconsin.
There are more than 30 solar farms in the United States.
The biggest of these is located in California, but many smaller farms are also turning to solar.
“This is the beginning of a trend where the energy generated from the sun is being used to power a wide variety of products,” David Wessels, an analyst with GTM Research, told Bloomberg.
“As the world gets more energy-efficient and more of it comes from the solar power, that’s going to help to push down prices.”
According to a report by GTM, in 2019, more than two-thirds of U.K. households are going to be using solar power.
That figure is set to grow to more than 70 percent by 2050.