Solar industry growth expanded rapidly during the 2016 race, and with the cost of PV panels plummeting (as manufacturing efficiency and volume improve), demand is increasing, and installation companies cannot get enough people to fill the vacancies. There is a growing investment opportunities in PV, even the big energy companies are getting involved, riding the growing momentum in industry. Bottom line, with up to a 40 year life expectancy and a ROI of 5 to 10 years, a PV array is a major money saving system for a building owner. With rise in energy demand the traditional companies will still be in business, if they keep doing what they do, go with the change. PV is now second to oil/gas, far exceeds coal in US. Even the UK knows this. Pennsylvania that helped push Trump to win is rapidly going PV, even red NC is realizing that PV is where the jobs are. Meanwhile PV also promotes transportation, and expanded electrical grid, which needs urgent action yesterday (over privatized air traffic control). It takes a lot of labor and materiel to install PV, but once set almost no labor to keep it going. PV and Wind renewable are where the jobs are, and it will take decades before the market is saturated. By 2020 there probably will be over 1 million jobs in this sector. Does not matter if you believe in climate change or not, its all about JOBS. IOW, Trump is making it harder to achieve his job growth promise.