Solaria (low) concentrates on Chinese market

In a recent press release, Solaria (see the August 16, 2012 LRSSJ) announced it has multiple megawatt-sized, utility-scale, low-concentrating photovoltaic (LCPV) projects under development in China's Qinghai province and Inner Mongolia. Its customers are CECEP Solar Technology, GD Solar, and Huan...

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