Buffalo, New York: Future capital of U.S. solar manufacturing?

In a recent interview with the Wall Street Journal, Solar Frontier president Atsuhiko Hirano stated that the Japanese solar cell and module manufacturer is planning to construct a new factory in upstate New York (see the September 18, 2014 LRSJ). Hirano did not specify an expected capacity of the...

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