The solar energy industry is experiencing a surge in popularity as China is expanding its efforts to develop solar power and the country has become one of the most powerful proponents of clean energy in the world.
But a lack of reliable power supply and limited access to affordable renewable energy have also affected the industry.
The growth of solar energy has taken off across Europe, Asia and Africa, particularly in the United States and Canada, with countries such as Germany and Australia producing more than 20 percent of all new solar power capacity in the past three years.
According to the Solar Energy Industries Association, the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Kuwait and the UAE are among the most popular solar power producers in the region.
The UAE has recently become the first Arab country to get a government-backed solar power project under construction.
Solar power has also become increasingly popular in Africa, with the continent now producing almost a quarter of the world’s installed solar capacity.
In the U.S., which is the largest solar market in the globe, solar power has gained a significant foothold as the nation’s electric utilities have increasingly become interested in the technology.
Solar energy is expected to become the most important source of clean power generation in the U