Barclays downgrades entire electricity sector in the face of solar competition

Roughly one year ago, Goldman Sachs made a big bet on solar – investing in a $500 million project financing fund through SolarCity, and another half billion in a fund for solar and wind projects in Japan (see the May 22, 2013 LRSJ). This week, another bank has taken notice of growth in the solar ...

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