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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Seth Masia
Seth Masia, deputy editor of Solar Today, a publication of the American Solar Energy Society, told The Washington Times that solar-panel installations grew 113 percent last year and the industry expects to expand 5.7 percent to 40 percent each year through 2020.
"Our position is that if all subsidies for all forms of energy were eliminated this evening, solar and wind would do very well. Our fuel is free," Mr. Masia said.