Deutsche Bank says that solar electricity in the US is on track to be as cheap or cheaper than average electricity-bill prices in all but three states by 2016—assuming that the federal government maintains the 30% solar investment tax credit it currently offers homeowners on installation and equipment costs.
But even if the credit is reduced to 10%, solar power would still achieve price parity with conventional electricity in some 36 states by 2016.
Mahsa serves as the Vice-Chair of BCSEA Vancouver Chapter and has been a member since 2013. She is a professional engineer with years of experience in the energy sector, including engineering design and operations within the nuclear, natural gas, and LNG sectors. Mahsa holds a Bachelor of Chemical Engineering, and a Master's in Clean Energy Engineering from UBC. She is a nature enthusiast and an advocate of sustainable and healthy living. She believes sustainability is a state of awareness that can be attained by everyone, and incorporated into energy power plants as well as in our day