Solar Wunderkind Sees A Bright Future

[Fortune Magazine] In the past couple of years privately held SunEdison, the biggest supplier of solar energy in the U.S., has built mini-power plants in about 200 locations, supplying juice for clients…. CEO Jigar Shah, 32, launched the company in 2004 … Fortune’s Anne Fisher talked with Shah: “I do know that the Department of Energy has predicted that the U.S. will need to add capacity, about 20 megawatts a year [or about 2 percent of our current annual output] over the next decade, to meet rising demand. Right now renewable energy — wind, solar, geothermal — can supply that whole amount.”
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