South Korea warming up to solar, but chaebol hold back

Last week, we spoke at the International Solar/PV Technology Innovation Forum (ISTIF) which was a part of the larger Solar Wind and Earth Energy Trade Fair (SWEET) 2009 in Gwangju, South Korea. Even with the solar market undergoing a significant downturn, the mood in Korea was optimistic, as the cou...

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