There are a number of organizations that we at pv magazine rely on for important data and analysis of trends in our industry. Among these, The Solar Foundation fills a particularly important niche, as they provide us with detailed statistics on U.S. solar industry employment, which are not available by other means.
This information not only informs our reporting around solar jobs, but also touches on such important issues as trade and manufacturing policies. In fact, our article on Populism, trade and solar manufacturing (Make Solar Great Again) in our November global print edition features insights from the work of Solar Foundation on these critical topics.
Solar Foundation is currently soliciting data for this years’ National Solar Jobs Census. If you are a professional working in the solar industry, we encourage you to take a few minutes to fill out their confidential survey:
Also, please send this link to your suppliers, vendors and contractors so that Solar Foundation is able to supply the best possible information on our growing industry.
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