President Obama plans to increase solar budget

President Obama's proposed 2014 fiscal year budget included a 25% increase for the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) solar program amidst cuts in most other government spending. The program would increase from $290 million in 2013 to $356 million in 2014. The DOE requested a total of $28.4 billio...

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