Expo Solar 2010 shows Korean chaebol finally starting to take solar seriously

Last week, we presented at Expo Solar 2010 in Seoul, alongside various members of the South Korean government, numerous leading solar companies such as SunPower, and various leading startups, like Tigo Energy. Though there were a limited number of American and European players there, the big news wa...

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