Post-holidays shopping spree: LDK, OCI, First Solar spending

Just days into 2011, the solar industry saw two major transactions: LDK bought 70% of U.S.-based installer Solar Power, Inc. for $33 million; and First Solar acquired RayTracker, a single-axis tracking technology start-up spun out of Energy Innovations in 2008. Likewise, OCI acquired Cornerstone Pow...

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