On the outskirts of the U.S. capital, an American family has been saving for decades.
It’s a good way to start the year.
But the family doesn’t have the money to put a new, affordable solar farm on its property, so they’ve opted to take advantage of an economic boom in the renewable energy industry.
It could be a model for other households across the country, and could be the catalyst for change that’s been sweeping the country.
The United States is a country with a huge wind and solar industry, and its leaders are working together to create a new kind of economy that can create good jobs, boost economic growth and make the country more competitive in the global race to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
This year’s White House summit, hosted by the Obama administration and chaired by Vice President Joe Biden, has been a major success.
But it has not been without its problems.
There have been some major glitches, and many experts expect a lot more to come.
The first major snag was the fact that the administration didn’t know what the federal government was going to be doing for solar.
The Obama administration, which is still grappling with the fallout from the disastrous Keystone XL pipeline, didn’t even know the first thing about solar until months after the event.
The administration has now gotten the details of the solar market, and is now making some tweaks to its approach to it.
And the government is doing more outreach to businesses that need to make the transition from fossil fuels to renewables.
But for some of the most promising businesses, the government’s approach to the solar industry hasn’t been enough.
There are more than 4,000 solar companies across the U