The U.N. General Assembly will vote on Wednesday on a U.T.A. bill to allow private companies to install solar panels on buildings and homes.
The bill, sponsored by Republican U.K. Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Robert Goodwill, is aimed at making solar energy more affordable and efficient in the U.M.
Boeing Co. is the largest private U.V. installer in the world, with installations in more than 100 countries.
The company has invested millions of dollars in research, development and engineering of its solar energy technology.
The solar panel technology is widely used in factories and home appliances, such as solar thermal systems.
The U.A., a UU.
B.A.-based company, has installed solar thermal modules on more than 700,000 roofs in North America, Europe and South America.
The panels have an efficiency rating of more than 70 percent.