Is Solar Energy Still Growing in the United States?

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Following the announcement that the United States installed 832 mega watts (MW) in the second quarter, it is clear that solar energy will continue to carve its place into our energy landscape. Given its integrated position with high efficiency panels, SunPower has a great chance of succeeding no matter which sector of the solar industry wins out. Unfortunately for its less diverse peers, the same can't be said. Tune in below for more details. 

Despite the gains solar energy has made, record oil and natural gas production is still revolutionizing the United States' energy position. For this reason, the Motley Fool is offering a comprehensive look at three energy companies set to soar during this transformation in the energy industry. To find out which three companies are spreading their wings, we invite you to check out the special free report, "3 Stocks for the American Energy Bonanza." Don't miss out on this timely opportunity; click here to access your report -- it's absolutely free. 

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