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Solar growth slows, with homes a glaring exception

The solar power industry grew only 5.2% in 2009 owing to the economy, versus 9.6% in 2008. The residential and utility markets for photovoltaic panels were strong, but the commercial and pool heating equipment markets fell. Worldwide, the U.S. is 4th in solar installations and overall capacity.

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