In the coming years, our planet will certainly need to move toward renewable sources of energy. This is because fossil fuels aren't sustainable and are actually harmful for our environment. In the United States, solar energy is now gaining more popularity, as more businesses and homes are investing resources into their solar installations. From Solar Power Guide, this guide takes a look at which states across the country have the most solar installations per 100,000 people.
According to the data, the ten states that have the most solar installations per 100,000 people are Hawaii (with 6,403.31), California (3,073.65), Arizona (2,290.62), Nevada (1,931.77), Massachusetts (1,577.30), New Jersey (1,415.68), Vermont (1,412.86), Connecticut (1,392.13), Utah (1,349.00), and Colorado (1,266.49). Not only is Hawaii the leader in adopting solar power for their state, but Hawaii also ranks second for having the highest number of megawatts installed per 100,000 people (at 99.4 megawatts).