Propose something not possible.
Clinton says she has two big goals that she'll start working on "day
one" to combat climate change. First is to expand solar energy supplies
by 700% by installing half a billion solar panels by 2020. Second is to
power "every home in America" with renewable energy by 2027.
Thus somewhat resembling Californicated ordering "By 2025 there shall be 15.4% zero-emissions vehicles from all manufacturers", but they don't want to build any new power plants to make the electricity to CHARGE THE BATTERIES of said vehicles...
Curiosity strikes: Dug around and found this:
Solar Panels of standard 200-250 Watts are of 5-6 feet in lenght and 3.5 feet in width and can weigh as much as 25 kg.
Let's make that the smaller size, so five x 3.5 feet, 17.5 square feet per panel. Times 500,000,000. That's 8,750,000,000 square feet. which works out to 313.86 square miles of solar panels(not counting frames, spacing, etc.)... figure the cost of manufacturing, the mining for materials, refining same, etc.
No, not gonna happen. Especially since the enviroweenies(who she's sucking up to with this) will crap entirely-organically-composed bricks at the idea of covering that much territory with them.