Pricing update: Module prices drop 36% in 2011

After analyzing quarterly numbers from Yingli, Trina, Canadian Solar, and Suntech, we have determined that module prices declined 36% over the course of 2011. The average selling price (ASP) in Q1 of 2011 was $1.76/W. By Q4 2011, the ASP was $1.11/W for these tier 1 manufacturers. The ASP over the e...

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