Solar innovation is reaching critical mass, opening new markets and driving solar developers to new real estate.
With solar PV (photovoltaic) costs collapsing by four-fifths in the last five years, and demand for renewable energy picking up, a perfect storm for solar energy installation is emerging. Incentives and tax breaks still make a big financial difference-and Congress did its part with the extension of the solar tax credit in the omnibus bill at the end of 2015.
Living in a highly urbanized place brings its own set of advantages and disadvantages. One of the most prominent disadvantages would be the inability to start planting greens or cultivate farms. Due to the little space as well as other minor factors involved in living in an urban place, residents find it quite impossible to even start a mini garden. However, in Singapore this is no longer impossible thanks to vertical farming.