From pv magazine:

Business intelligence firm IHS Markit’s solar forecast for this year (its 2020 Global Photovoltaic Demand Forecast) predicts a 14% rise in the amount of new solar generation capacity expected this year compared to last year’s results, with IHS predicting that 142 GW of new solar will be rolled out in 2020.

The U.S. will remain the world’s second biggest solar market this year, according to IHS, with Florida, North Carolina and New York joining the list of key drivers cited by the analyst — behind perennial solar leader California and recent contender Texas.