Bask in the Sun - And the Profits - As Solar Goals Hit Way Ahead of Schedule

Bask in the Sun – And the Profits – As Solar Goals Hit Way Ahead of Schedule

by | published August 4th, 2018

It’s summer.

The birds are singing, the sky is clear blue, and, most important of all…

The sun is shining.

The only thing that puts a blot on this otherwise beautiful day is the fact that you know you’ll have to pay for your extra electricity usage.

But what if that wasn’t the case?

What if you know that your electric bill is a nonissue, and there’s no question of you being able to afford it.

In this future, the money that would have gone toward paying for your electricity has instead gone into some other necessity, like your grandkids’ college funds or that perfect summer vacation on the beach.

The reason for this, of course, is the solar panel perched proudly on your roof, giving you an unlimited source of power for all of your electricity needs.

This scenario is coming in a hurry.

I say in a hurry because cities, countries, and governments all over the world are hitting their solar energy goals almost faster than they can make them.

Let’s look a couple years into the future for proof…

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Africa might not be the first place you think of when talking about solar power – but to be honest, it should be.

The continent is full of solar initiatives, and Zambia has goals to top them all.

In fact, Zambia is aiming to triple its solar power generation in two years.

And it’s looking like they’re on track to meeting that goal early with a $2.8 million approval to increase its solar photovoltaic (PV) generation capacity and to diversify the country’s primary energy sources.

Zambia currently produces most of its electricity – 2,200 megawatts (MW) worth – via water power. Low rainfall, however, has led the country to implement power blackouts to keep its power stations running.

But with solar power, they expect to gain up to 6,000 MW by 2020 with the help of foreign investors.

Then, of course, there’s the U.S.

The U.S. is exactly the type of place you think of when talking about solar power. After all, we’re the second-most attractive country when it comes to renewable energy generation.

Launched in 2010, the Sunshot Initiative was implemented by the federal government to invest in research efforts to integrate more solar energy into the grid and lower solar electricity costs.

The Sunshot Initiative aimed to make solar energy more affordable by 2020, but they hit their goals three years early in 2017.

This accomplishment is partly due to the fact that solar is the cheapest form of new power in many regions of the country. [Click here to learn about the company that’s lowering the cost of solar power and how you could profit from it]

But if we look further into the future, we can see even more ambitious solar goals…

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Over in the deserts of the Middle East, Egypt’s government wants to power 42% of its energy sector with wind and solar by 2030 – moving past its current electricity generation that’s 90% powered by oil and natural gas.

And it’s getting plenty of help from companies building million-dollar facilities to meet that goal.

In fact, it’s attracted $1.8 billion worth of solar investments.

This fountain of funding has led to the creation of the world’s largest solar plant, expected to be completed next year.

The enormous facility will generate 1.8 GW of electricity – enough to power over 1 million homes.

Considering Egypt is 90% desert, it’s no surprise that the country is headed to utilize this unlimited source of power nearly as cheap as you can get it.

One thing is clear: there is a seemingly endless amount of money being poured into solar, which makes it ripe for profit.

In fact, we’re looking at a total of $500 billion being invested in this unlimited source of power.

Solar is taking over even in a place like Saudi Arabia, where most of its economy relies in oil.

In fact, the Saudis say that solar will provide as much as 10% of the country’s energy within just five years.

So, this is not just something that you can passively watch happen. You need to jump into the fray now if you want to capture some hefty profits.

Because I believe the companies involved in solar energy are about to experience some explosive growth.

Especially one I’d like to tell you about.

I’m talking 80,000% potential revenue growth – and that’s a conservative estimate.

You could be doing much more than saving on your electricity bill. You could be on the plane toward that perfect summer getaway with the fortune you could make from this company’s growth.

And you’ll want to find out how to get in soon.

Early investors are the ones who will benefit the most, and I wouldn’t want you to miss out on this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.

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