Friday, September 11, 2009

Trade War on Solar Products?

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Is the Chinese market open to sufficiently low-cost foreign solar suppliers?

Your guess is as good as mine but to learn more, read this.

Additional resources:

China plans world's largest solar plant

Reuters Summit-China, U.S. to dominate solar market

West vs. China in solar war

2 comments:

windandsolar said...

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Laurel Delaney said...

WindandSolar ... totally agree. I see the efficient use of solar panels at Loyola University Chicago North Shore Campus (near my office) although I must say that lately there has been quite a bit of work done there to adjust things.

I wonder about reliability and maintenance?