Renewable Energy Corporation, a Baltimore solar panel installer, created the graphic below to show how Maryland and Virginia measure up against each other.

Solar Jobs Rivalry – MD vs. VA

Contributed by | Renewable Energy Corporation

 

While smaller in population and geographical size, Maryland still dominates Virginia (and many other states) in a slew of solar energy rankings and categories. Whether you compare the number of solar jobs, the number of homes that have installed solar panels, or the amount energy each state wants to derive from solar — Maryland wins, hands down.

Solar fact: Maryland is ranked #8 (out of all 50 states) for the amount of solar electric capacity installed in 2012? Not too shabby, Maryland!

Renewable Energy Corporation, a Baltimore solar panel installer, created the graphic below to show how Maryland and Virginia measure up against each other. The result: Maryland wins by TKO. Take a look:

 

Renewable Energy Corporation

Renewable Energy Corporation is one of the Mid-Atlantic region’s largest residential solar energy companies. Since 2002, our experienced solar panel installers have built hundreds of commercial and residential solar energy systems in Maryland. We’re a big reason Maryland’s solar power use is on the rise.

Our company is a leader in solar and green efficiency products and our installation team for solar water systems, PV systems and solar accessories is growing. We’re here to meet the growing demand for reliable solar energy throughout the Baltimore/D.C. corridor.


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