A new survey by CIT Research shows American adults are willing more & more to utilize solar energy, with 70 percent saying they support a nationwide mandate for solar panels on all newly built houses. The survey is conducted by CITE Research on behalf of Vivint Solar, a key residential solar provider, also revealed significant others and environmental experts are the most influential when deciding to install residential solar for the good of the environment, while politicians are the least influential by far.
“California was the first state to pass a solar panel mandate on new homes and it goes into effect in 2020. We’ve seen that state often lead the way in establishing environmental practices nationwide,” said David Bywater, CEO of Vivint Solar, who has experience of servicing 160,000 U.S. homes with solar power. “We believe more states will make strides to adopt residential solar requirements, and it’s great to see the vast majority of American adults support this, even at a nationwide mandate level. With nearly a million new single-family homes built annually, if all of them took advantage of solar energy, it would be equivalent to driving 12 billion fewer miles a year or consuming 12 million fewer barrels of oil.”
Source: CIT RESEARCH / PRNewswire
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