Solar strugglers 2012 revisited – and bright spots for 2013

One year ago, we listed five solar companies that we predicted would struggle in 2012 (see the January 5, 2012 LRSSJ). Of those five, two – Abound (see the July 5, 2012 LRSSJ) and Oerlikon (see the March 8, 2012 LRSSJ) – have exited the market entirely. Solarworld, the other large manufacturer on th...

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