China plans huge solar, wind, and grid transmission projects: Will large energy storage projects be next?

The September 8, 2009 announcement of a 2 GW solar photovoltaic farm to be built by American firm First Solar in Inner Mongolia is just the latest in a string of astonishing energy projects taking place in China. This news follows announcements for 500 MW solar projects by Canadian Solar and Suntech...

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