Q1 earnings recap: Encouraging signs of recovery

In addition to First Solar's recent Q1 earnings call (see the May 9, 2013 LRSSJ), a number of other companies have also announced their earnings and new initiatives. Some highlights include:

  • Module manufacturer SunPower anticipates growth in the prevalence of power purchase agreements (PP...

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